Barayez is Back!
To those comparing media attention to #FreeAlaa vs #EssamAtta, this is how media works, so deal with it, and at the end of the day, they both belong to the same cause, so no matter what, by supporting one cause we will end up supporting the other. So, please stop wasting your and our time with those debates!!
I’ve noticed that most of the foreign media as well as my non-Egyptian friends, they usually see the political scene in Egypt as a simple bipolar one, Islamists & Liberals, and that’s it. That’s why I decided to put the Egyptian political spectrum the way I see it. Click on the graph for more details.
Four days after Egyptians overwhelmingly voted in favor of constitutional changes intended to usher in a new democratic era, and upon hearing that the amendments had passed, popular television preacher Muhammad Hussein Yaqub rejoiced at what he called the “ballot box raid,” using an Arabic term denoting the military raids against infidels in early Islamic history.
My first blog post was in the 19th of February 2005, and here I am celebrating my 6th blogging anniversary today.
The guy in this photo is holding a banner that says: “My fiancée has died on January 28th, by the corrupted police thugs. I moved my wedding ring from my right hand to the left one to tell here that she’ll be my wife forever and I’ll never forget her”.
Anybody believes Mubarak should stay a single more moment in this country?