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What is the difference between a secular state and a civil state?
Habib Abd al-Rabb Sururi – Yemen
The solution is that the people take over government?
Sobhi Ghandour – Lebanon /USA
State and Revolution
Amr Shobaki – Egypt
An Arab view of the Tunisian Revolution
Abdallah Tourkmani – Syria/Tunisia
The spirit is out of the bottle
Hakam Abdel-Hadi – Palestine/Germany
- My Beloved People – Hosni Mubarak’s speech to the Egyptian people – poem by Ahmad Fuad NajmMy beloved people, my soul, my babies Like a ring around my finger, you are My good people, you who give me fulfillment Living in the graveyards patiently and content You, who eat poison and sell your clothes just to get by
- Utopia Choir – “The people demand the life of the square” by Dr. Faiha Qasem Abdulhadiالعربية Deutsch“Tomorrow, when we bring all cowards to justice… Egypt will live safely”The Revolution Utopia Choir The Egyptian popular revolution was characterized by the accurate slogans it launched since its eruption on January 25, 2011. It […]
- Editorial – 13th issue spring 2013العربية DeutschDear readers! The Arab world is facing major challenges. Only with new ideas, concepts and approaches will this part of the world be able to achieve what many others have enjoyed for a long time: […]
- Interview with Sami Kilani ”The Symbol of Resistance Is Not the Bullet!”How do you define the term “non-violence”?Sami Kilani: Non-violence means respect for another person. I reject the notion of degrading another as a person or as a society and thereby regarding them as something less human. This means applying the same standards to another person as you would to yourself.