Dictators fail to drown pro-democracy movement in blood


This video is called Violent response to Bahrain protest.

Mass demonstrations and pitched battles with the military and police continued across the Middle East and North Africa yesterday: here.

50,000 Protest in Bahrain Before Another Bloody Crackdown: In Bahrain, Friday began with funerals for three protesters: here.

Millions of people attended victory celebrations throughout Egypt yesterday, marking one week since a massive wave of popular protests forced Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak from office: here.

As events in the Middle East again expose the claim that Washington fights for democracy, the Wall Street Journal has come to the defense of brutal US-backed regimes: here.

1 thought on “Dictators fail to drown pro-democracy movement in blood

  1. From Israel:

    Uri Avnery

    The Genie is out of the Bottle
    Our future is not with Europe or America. Our future is in this region, to which our state belongs, for better or for worse. It’s not just our policies that must change, but our basic outlook, our geographical orientation. We must understand that we are not a bridgehead from somewhere distant, but a part of a region that is now at long last joining the human march towards freedom.

    full text: http://zope.gush-shalom.org/home/en/channels/avnery/1298070207

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