Archive for 'Civil Rights'
An old blogger/activist friend, Hicham Almiraat, has been accused in the Moroccan justice system of a charge that translates roughly as “receiving foreign money for activities that undermine people’s faith in the government.” He risks a penalty of up to five years in prison.
“We have a problem in this country. It’s called Muslims. That’s my question: When can we get rid of them?” “We’re going to be looking at that and many other things.”
Links and excerpts from my internet reading of 20 August 2013.
Cold-blooded, premeditated, state-sponsored killing. The Egyptian revolution is over, it seems, and it failed.
Links and excerpts from my internet reading of 23 July 2013.
Links and excerpts from my internet reading of recent days.
Links and excerpts from my internet reading of 15 July 2013.
The February 2011 revolutionaries found themselves in the unenviable position of having achieved a key demand — free and fair elections — which nevertheless set Egypt on a course that was in direct conflict with the rest of their demands — namely for an open, inclusive, and participatory society based on human dignity and social reform.
Links and excerpts from my internet reading of 09 July 2013.
Zied Boumaiza writes: “A coup d’état, a putsch, a usurpation, a betrayal. That’s what it is. Without any euphemism, let’s not try to cover up what just happened in Egypt with pretty words.”