Arab Spring

Rabaa's second massacre Mosa'aberising

Rabaa’s Second Massacre

by: The WILD


Yesterday saw Egypt’s worst episode of violence since the revolution began in 2011. The now military-controlled government sent security forces armed with bulldozers, tear gas, and live ammunition to break up pro-Morsi sit-in encampments. Muslim […]

Tags: Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, Egypt, Mosa'ab Elshamy, Muslim Brotherhood, Picture of the day, The Wild Magazine
Military helicopters fly above Tahrir Square while protesters opposing Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi shout slogans against him and Brotherhood members during a protest in Cairo

Ultimatum

by: The WILD


Mohamed Abd El Ghany Military helicopters swoop over Tahrir Square to declare their support for protesters opposed to the democratically-elected, but increasingly unpopular President Mohamed Morsi. In what could also be considered a military coup, […]

Tags: Amy Davidson, Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, Arab Uprising, Cairo, Democracy, Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, photography, Picture of the day, Protests, SCAF, Tahrir Square, uprising
Growing Pains, Egypt, The WILD Mag

Growing Pains, Egypt

by: Blaine Skrainka


As the regime of Hosni Mubarak fell, the world witnessed the birth of a democracy. Today, the compelling images streaming in from Tahrir Square have mostly come to an end, but the struggles continue. Early […]

Tags: Arab Spring, Arab Uprising, Blaine Skrainka, Democracy, Egypt, Growing Pains, Hosni Mubarak, Muslim Brotherhood, photography, Picture of the day, Tahrir Square, The Wild Magazine, world
Mona Eltahawy, Foreign Policy

The Real War on Women is in the Middle East

by: Blaine Skrainka


To have any kind of real understanding of the Arab Awakening, we must look to the role of women and challenge the word “revolution.” In the West, we tend to idolize the struggle for democracy, […]

Tags: Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, Blaine Skrainka, Civil Rights, Egypt, Foreign Policy, Human Rights, Middle East, Mona Eltahawy, Picture of the day, Politics, religion, Tahrir Square, Tahrir Woman, The Real War on Women is in the Middle East, The Wild Magazine, Virginity Tests, War on Women, Why Do They Hate Us?, Women's Rights, world
Egyptian Women Rise Up in Tahrir Square

TAHRIR WOMAN

by: Blaine Skrainka


Earlier this week, thousands of women took part in a march of historic proportions, taking to the streets of Cairo to demand women’s empowerment and decry the brutal attacks on female protesters. The women of […]

Tags: Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, Blaine Skrainka, Bloomberg News, Blue Bra, Cairo, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, Lisa Beyer, New York Times, Politics, Protests, Tahrir Square, Tahrir Woman, The Wild Magazine, Virginity Tests, Women's Empowerment, Women's Rights, world
The al-Assad regime murders thousands

SYRIA UNDER FIRE

by: Blaine Skrainka


After years of corruption and cronyism from the oppressive regime of Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian people have risen up as a part of the Arab Awakening only to face a brutal backlash. The United Nations’ […]

Tags: Arab Awakening, Arab League, Arab Spring, Bashar al-Assad, Blaine Skrainka, China, Human Rights, Iran, Libya, Middle East, Politics, Protests, Ramita Navai, Russia, Syria, Syria Under Fire, The Wild Magazine, UN, United Nations, world
Aliaa Elmahdy poses nude in defiance

NAKED DEFIANCE

by: Blaine Skrainka


Egypt’s now iconic Tahrir Square is in its fifth day of resurgent protests after the resignation of civilian leader, Prime Minister Essam Sharaf. The Egyptian people remain deeply dissatisfied with the traditional power structure that […]

Tags: Aliaa Elmahdy, Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, ART, Blaine Skrainka, Cairo, Egypt, Essam Sharaf, Feminism, Hosni Mubarak, Israel, Naked Defiance, Or Templar, Poltics, Protests, Sexism, Tahrir Square, The Wild Magazine, Women's Right, world

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