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
Turkey Protests - The WILD Magazine

Turkey Fights On as Erdogan’s Hypocrisies come into focus

by: Bianca Ozeri


The recent uprisings in Turkey have prompted a surge of questions concerning Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s commitment to humanitarian rights and the fusion of democracy and Islam in the Middle East. Although the Prime Minister has […]

Tags: Arab Spring, Bashar al-Assad, Bianca Ozeri, Istanbul park, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Syrian Civil War, The Wild Magazine, Turkey Protests
FSA Rebel Syria

Shot Through the Lens, Damascus

by: Blaine Skrainka


The peaceful protests calling for democracy that began nearly two years ago are all but gone today as Syria continues to be torn apart by civil war. On assignment for Reuters, photographer Goran Tomasevic gives […]

Tags: Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, Bashar al-Assad, Blaine Skrainka, civil war, conflict, Democracy, Free Syrian Army, FSA, Goran Tomasevic, Middle East, photojournalism, phtography, Reuters, Reuters Photographers Blog, Syria, The Wild Magazine
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
TIME

The American Disconnect

by: Diana Cenat


On a recent episode of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart lambasted Time Magazine over a “fluff” cover story used for a recent U.S. issue. While European, Asian, and South Pacific editions led with a piece […]

Tags: American media, Arab Spring, BuzzMachine, Diana Cenat, Hillary Clinton, Jeff Jarvis, Jon Stewart, Mario Monti, news, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Syria, The Daily Show, The Wild Magazine, Time Magazine, Walter Cronkite
Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives

Democracy Drowning

by: Blaine Skrainka


The democratically-elected president of a tiny nation, who has had a giant voice in the climate change debate, has been forced to resign at gunpoint in a coup d’état. Mohamed Nasheed made his resignation under […]

Tags: Al Jazeera, Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, Blaine Skrainka, Climate Change, Democracy, Democracy Drowning, Global Warming, Mohamed Nasheed, New York Times, Politics, Protests, The Island President, The Maldives, The Wild Magazine, world
Not Vogue

Not Vogue

by: Blaine Skrainka


In March 2011, Vogue published a glowing portrait Asma al-Assad, the “glamorous, young, and very chic” first lady of Syria. The story and subsequent controversy are not new, but worth reexamining given the catastrophic pro-democracy […]

Tags: Anna Wintour, Arab Awakening, Arab League, Arab Spring, Asma al-Assad, Bashar al-Asad, Blaine Skrainka, Not Vogue, Protests, Syria, The Atlantic, The Wild Magazine, UN, Vogue, world
Libyan Street Art

Revolutionary Streets

by: James Platt-Hepworth


Beyond the smoke and beneath the rubble Libya’s Landscape is changing rapidly. With a recent revolution as a result from the spring uprising the long struggle to release the shackles has resulted in the nation’s […]

Tags: Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, Casa Arabe in Madrid, James Platt-Hepworth, Jasmine Revolution, Libya, Muammar El-Gaddaffi, Protest, Revolutionary Streets, street art, The Wild Magazine

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