Mubarak: the Angry Voice Silencer

thoushallnotblogAnother Egyptian blogger, Dia’Eddine Ghad, As’sawt al-Ghadib (the Angry Voice), has been arrested by Mubarak’s police; the third in less than a week in an apparent all out war waged against dissent in Egypt. Bloggers have obviously become a major target for the Egyptian police state.

Dia’Eddine has been publishing posts supporting Palestinian resistance throughout the Israeli onslaught on Gaza, and has been openly critical of the Egyptian government’s attidude during the massacre.

Please spread the news around, make noise like you did for Philip  -whose website has been blocked today by the way!-, so that Dia’ Eddine doesn’t disappear in the dark maze of Egyptian prisons. And if you can, join the marchers tomorrow in Paris who will be marching from Place Denfert Rochereau to the Egyptian embassy in protest against the Mubarak regime’s shameful attitude.

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2 thoughts on “Mubarak: the Angry Voice Silencer

  1. @une marocaine:
    C’est la fuite en avant de celui (les régimes Arabes en l’occurrence) qui ne peux plus reculer tellement il s’est coupé de ses bases, et tellement il s’est embourbé dans la trahison et la décadence. L’arme infaillible que nous avons (nous Arabes anonymes épris de démocratie) est celle de la vérité. “Keep your eyes on the truth and hold on to it” disait un chant populaire Américain -dont je ne me souviens plus de l’interprète: C’est là la clé de la réussite face à ces régimes pourris et ineptes. Deuxième clé Fatima, c’est la solidarité: ne jamais oublier ou laisser oublier ceux qui tombent… comme Dia’Eddine aujourd’hui, et Mortada avant lui.
    Merci pour ta visite et Happy Valentine!

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