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Tuesday, March 29, 2005


Protesters in Beirut demanding an international investigation into Harari's assassination. Note the "Enough!" -- illustrating a phenomenon recently noted by the Christian Science Monitor.
Kifaya [enough] has become the name of a movement and the buzzword of what
some Western commentators are calling the "Arab Spring" - the rise of democratic
expression around the region. In rallies from tiny Bahrain to Egypt,
demonstrators are shouting kifaya to dictators, kifaya to corruptions, and
kifaya to the silence of Arabs eager for change.

Read the article here.

Hat tip to Ramzi at Lebanese Blogger Forum. And, of course, note the protest babe. Posted by Hello

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