انسان يبحث عن تحقيق الحريه والعداله للجميع
This is the tale of my two twin nephews, Hassan and Hussein, who live in Cairo, Egypt. Five years ago during the military coup, Hassan, was detained by the police. Immediately, his twin, Hussein, began searching in earnest for ways to help in the release of his brother and to help his family, who suffer under both emotional and financial strain.
Five years ago, I started a “Let My Nephew Go” petition and campaign demanding Hassan’s release along with thousands of other young Egyptians who have been wrongly imprisoned by the military regime. Now, I’d like to support Hussein’s new venture.
What would you do if your innocent twin brother was wrongly sent to prison for 15 years? You’d start your own business. Just recently, Hussein opened a new small business–a “hole in the wall” with a cart theme serving two Egyptian street food staples–foul and falafel .
Hussein explained, “I want to channel my outrage in a positive way to help my family and brother. I’m starting my own business in honor of my brother.”
The largest public display of discontent in Iran since the 2009 Green Movement has resulted in 21 deaths and 450 arrests, restricted access to social media apps and brought pushback from the Iranian government. Such scenes might have been unfathomable a decade ago — but these new protests, challenging the rule of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, represent discontent rarely seen in Iran.