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The lost key to peace in Middle East

The lost key to peace in Middle East | social media role in egypt revolution of 2011 | Scoop.it
Over the past two years, as Libya went through a violent revolution, as Egypt exchanged dictatorship

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There will never be peace in the Middle East until Islam is eradicated.

 

Islam is the reason for global terrorism and political correctness emboldens them.

 

 

 

Political Correctness Is a Threat To National Security
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Pentagon Islamic Adviser Reappears as Political Leader for Syrian Muslim Brotherhood-Dominated Group
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Obama's Rules of Engagement Endangering our Law Enforcement and Military
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State Department refuses to explain why member of jihad terror group visited White House
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Like Fast&Furious, the US aided the 'rebels' with weapons and now after our meddling four Americans were killed
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Protest at the speed of light: social networking the revolution - Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal

Protest at the speed of light: social networking the revolution - Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal | social media role in egypt revolution of 2011 | Scoop.it
Protest at the speed of light: social networking the revolution
Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal
It will work towards an assessment of how online social networks can impact networks in broader society that result in social change.
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Egypt's Tahrir Square and Social Media - Sharnoff's Global Views

Egypt's Tahrir Square and Social Media - Sharnoff's Global Views | social media role in egypt revolution of 2011 | Scoop.it
Egypt's Tahrir Square and Social Media
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In Tahrir Square, Egyptians using social media networks have emerged as one of the greatest markers of the revolution; seen as a new twenty-first century mode of protest.
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The Revolution's Second Act | Photographer: Timothy Fadek

The Revolution's Second Act | Photographer: Timothy Fadek | social media role in egypt revolution of 2011 | Scoop.it

Egypt's Second Revolution - The revolution that began on Jan. 25 and seemed to culminate with the Feb. 11 fall of President Hosni Mubarak had begun all over again, with Egyptians rebelling on the streets of Cairo against military rule, putting the promise of the Arab Spring at risk. Young Egyptians battled security forces in and around Cairo's Tahrir Square, throwing rocks and firebombs and police and soldiers responded with tear gas, rubber bullets, live ammunition and beatings. More than 30 were killed and over a thousand injured.


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Timothy Fadek is an american photographer whose assignment work has been published in Time, Newsweek, The New York Times Magazine, Stern, Le Monde...

 

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In Post-Revolution Egypt, Social Media Shows Dark Side - Independent European Daily Express

In Post-Revolution Egypt, Social Media Shows Dark Side - Independent European Daily Express | social media role in egypt revolution of 2011 | Scoop.it
In Post-Revolution Egypt, Social Media Shows Dark Side Independent European Daily Express CAIRO, May 15 (IPS) - More than two years after social media networks helped Egyptian activists organise massive street protests that led to the fall of...
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