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    WHY AMERICA HATES ILHAN OMAR!

    Tweet “Americans rather save weak, oppressed Muslim women abroad and oppress strong Muslim women at home. Ilhan Omar is a feminist without the isim!, she doesn’t think the world revolves around women. “ Last week at a news conference, U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar held her smartphone and played a voice mail containing a threat on her life. The death threat came from an unknown man after Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert’s Islamophobic remarks. Boebert is not the first politician to try making a name for herself in a racialized political world — a world crowded with Islamophobic, racist, anti-vax, anti-history, Trumpster sore losers.

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    WHY GENERAL el-Sisi WRITES HIS NAME ON EVERYTHING!

    Tweet Dictators (Hitler/Stalin/Trump) like juveniles love to write their name on things,  and mark their territories. Any visitor to Egypt, realizes right away who is in control of the country; the writing is on the wall;  from the moment you step out of the Airport, General el-Sisi’s name and pictures branded everywhere; on walls, billboards next to superstar soccer player Mohamed Salah, Nike, and McDonald’s ads, find his name on buildings, roads, bridges, hospitals, mosques, churches, schools, gates, and shops. Dictators (Hitler/Stalin/Trump) like juveniles love to write their name on things, like dogs they mark their territories. After all, writing on the wall is an ancient Egyptian, where pharaohs put…

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    FROM TAHRIR WITH LOVE

    TweetFrom Tahrir with Love Today will mark the 10th anniversary of the Egyptian revolution sparked in Tunisia a few days earlier.  No public place symbolized this revolution like Tahrir Square. Where , 18 glorious days of protest toppled 30 years of dictatorship. Tahrir Square where everyone was welcomed, and everyone felt safe empowered. “We can breathe fresh air, we can feel our freedom,” explained an activist. “After 30 years of absence from the world, Egypt is back.” He added The chanting “Bread, Freedom and Social Justice” filled the Square. Now the charming Tahrir Square is unrecognizable, became more militaristic and Pharaonic. The grass and trees were replaced by concrete and…

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