Saudi Arabian repression in 2011


This video says about itself:

Torture by Saudi Arabian authorities

30 October 2014

Unfortunately, these acts almost happen every day in Saudi Arabia’s prisons and police stations.

5 December 2011: A report by human rights organization Amnesty International records the wave of repression unleashed by Saudi authorities in response to the “Arab Spring” uprisings: here.

Yemen dictatorship’s crimes should be investigated, November 2011


Yemen

Nobel laureate Tawakkul Karman urges probe of Yemeni dictatorship’s crackdown on dissent: here.

United Arab Emirates repression in November 2011


United Arab Emirates

In the United Arab Emirates, five pro-democracy Internet activists have been sentenced to prison sentences between two and three years for criticizing the absolute monarchy: here.

Bahraini pro-democracy demonstration in London, 2011


This video is called Australian family happily taking part in 9 March [2012] Bahrain pro-democracy demonstration.

On 26 November 2011 in London, England, Bahrainis demonstrated against the dictatorship in their country.

The march went to the embassies of Saudi Arabia and the United States (both countries have soldiers in Bahrain). The demonstrators also stopped at the embassy of Egypt to express solidarity with pro-democracy Egyptians.

Virginity test” ruling in Egypt this Tuesday: here.

The London demonstration was especially against death penalties for three Bahraini democrats, convicted by military courts in show trials.

Tunisian solidarity with Egyptian democrats, 2011


This 2011 video from Egypt says about itself:

Egyptian Body Politic: Adaptation of #Tahrir

from Laila Shereen

AN ANIMATED ADAPTATION OF “The Dream” by Alaa Abd El-Fattah, translated by Lina Attalah, 2011. Voice narration by VJ Um Amel.

A SOUNDTRACK REMIX OF “Immortal Egypt Revolution Dub” by DJ Zhao, “Amble ambience” by VJ Um Amel, KPCC radio interview of VJ Um Amel on November 23, 2011, and voice overs.

A VISUAL REMIX OF YouTube videos, Twitter data, R-Shief’s visualizations of 1.25 million tweets on #Tahrir over 23 days in November, and 1.23 million tweets on #NOSCAF over the same date range. Cartoon by Carlos Latuff, “in honour of martyr Shehab Ahmed, killed by SCAF forces in #Nov20″.

In Tunisia, demonstrators express solidarity with Egyptian democrats, attacked by the pro-United States military junta.

Egyptian workers’ solidarity with Tahrir Square: here.