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ARE SETTLEMENTS ON THE RISE? - Editor...
Kiryat Arba & Jerusalem, West Bank, Palestine
By Editor's Picks
07 Dec 2012

Mickael Harroch, a young Israeli man, discusses the implications for Netanyahu's decision to approve 3,000 new building permits for settlements in the West Bank. The following is B Roll footage of Kiryat Arba settlement,the separation barrier, Jerusalem and the Western Wall.

As a fragile Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire sets in, many are beginning to take stock of the current situation in the region. Most notable is Benjamin Netanyahu's move to begin the process of building 3,000 new structures in the contested area of the West Bank. The issuance of the building permits in the area has angered Palestinians, and prompted mixed reactions among Israelis.

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Settlement Interview Part 5
Jerusalem, Israel
By Andrew Beale
07 Dec 2012

Part two of interview with Australian-Israeli Menashe Dovid concerning the 3,000 new settlements approved to be built.

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Settlement Interview Part 6
Jerusalem, Israel
By Andrew Beale
07 Dec 2012

Part 1 of interview with Palestinian Burhan Kashour concerning the 3,000 new settlements approved for construction in the West Bank.

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B-Roll Entrance to Western Wall
Jerusalem, Israel
By Andrew Beale
07 Dec 2012

B-Roll of an entrance tunnel to the Western Wall in Jerusalem

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Settlement Interview Part 4
Jerusalem, Israel
By Andrew Beale
07 Dec 2012

Interview with Menashe Dovid, a British-Israeli commenting on Netanyahu's decision to approve 3,000 new building permits for West Bank settlement construction.

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B-Roll Separation Barrier Part 1
Ras al Amoud, East Jerusalem, Israel
By Andrew Beale
07 Dec 2012

A section of the separation barrier in Ras al Amoud, East Jerusalem

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Greek Students Riot On Anniversary Of...
Thessaloniki, Greece
By VeriasA
07 Dec 2012

During protests commemorating 4th anniversary of teen murder by police, students attack Ministry building with rocks and then cops with molotovs.

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Settlement Interview Part 7
Jerusalem, Israel
By Andrew Beale
06 Dec 2012

Part 2 of interview with Burhan Kashour, a Palestinian, concerning the 3,000 new settlement buildings approved to be built in the West Bank.

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Clashes break out at presidential pa...
Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
06 Dec 2012

the clashes between protesters against Morsi and Muslim Brothers

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People With Special Needs Against Con...
Cairo, egypt
By Transterra Egypt
04 Dec 2012

Dozens of people with special needs against the articles of the constitution that tend their rights as citizens

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Thousands protest nationwide against...
Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
01 Dec 2012

Thousands of Egyptians took to the streets in various governorates Friday to denounce the constitutional declaration issued on 22 November, as well as the final draft of the constitution approved by the Islamist-dominated Constituent Assembly.

Protesters say President Mohamed Morsy’s decrees grant him unprecedented powers and make him a new dictator. They say the constitution was approved hastily and without the consensus of different political and social powers.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Diraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
30 Nov 2012

Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, Bahrain 30 Nov, 2012.
General scenes for the prayers, chanting during the Sheikh speech.
Some translated points from the speech:
·The crisis in Bahrain is political, caused by the oppression. ·Political figures in the opposition denounce violence while the authorities are still using it with the protesters . · Inhuman violations are happening now in Mehazza after Al-Eker against peaceful people. ·Once again the authorities brutally arrest a girl from her house late at night. ·The authorities ban protests again in violation to the BICI and the international community recommendations. · After the opposition's non-violence document there should be a similar document from the authorities.

*Full speech and translation are upon request.

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MORSI DECREE CAUSES UPROAR IN EGYPT -...
Cairo, Egypt
By Editor's Picks
27 Nov 2012

Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi's decision last week to stifle the Judiciary committee's ability to review presidential decisions caused mass protests in the streets of Cairo, and elsewhere.
Many Egyptians have become increasingly aggravated by Morsi, and the Muslim Brotherhood's moves to exert ever greater control of the direction of the government, seeing it as an affront to democracy and the efforts of a people who strove mightily late last year to overthrow former dictator Hosni Mubarak.

Morsi however, maintains that the decision was for the good of the Egyptian government and will not be permanent. Still, the decree feels to many like a power grab that could shift Egypt into a new and dangerous direction.

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Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood gather...
Cairo, Egypt
By Ahmed Medhat
23 Nov 2012

Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood gathered in front of the High Court in support of the constitutional declaration of President Mohamed Moursy and which included the decision to sack the Attorney General and the retrial of the symbols of the former regime and fortify the founding committee and the Shura Council

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Somali journalists in Kenya
Nairobi, Kenya
By Ruud Elmendorp
23 Nov 2012

25-years old Amina Ismail is one of the students on the Somali Journalist School in Kenya’s capital Nairobi. Amina came to Nairobi many years ago with her parents when they fled neighboring Somalia for the civil conflict that started in 1991. As a refugee Amina was raised in Kenya and lives in the Somali neighborhood Eastleigh in Nairobi.
The area nicknamed Little Mogadishu is thriving with high rise offices and apartments, shops, restaurants, hotels, markets, music stores, artists, and a stark contrast with Somalia’s capital Mogadishu that remains destroyed after so many years of war. For journalists there it is very dangerous. This year only 16 journalists were killed. The Somali Exiled Journalists Association in Nairobi who organizes the journalist training commemorates these journalists with ceremonies in its office in Eastleigh. For Amina the violence against journalists is one of the topics she studies during her classes. She also goes out in Eastleigh to practice reporting, and it is very interesting because of its liveliness, economic activity, association with Somali pirates and even the extremists of Al Shabaab. Everything an aspiring journalist would hope for. Still Amina wants to return to Somalia as a journalist.

Soundbite 1: In the name of Allah, the most merciful and the most gracious, let peace be with you.

Soundbite 2: Later as a journalist, I want to interview any person in politics. Whether he is president, vice president or weather he is a parliamentarian. I want to interview them.

Soundbite 3: I know that one day, I will die anyway. So I am not afraid to be next to the ones who are killed. I have my ambitions, and if I die, it means it was my time.

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Arab League Chief: Aggression on Gaza...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
22 Nov 2012

Story: Arab League Chief: Aggression on Gaza “Shame on Humanity”

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: November 7, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: November 7, 2012
Length: 0:02:07
Video Size: 105 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Wide shot of the Arab League (AL) headquarters in Cairo
2. Medium shot of the flag of the Arab League at the headquarters
3. Wide shot of Arab League Chief Nabil al-Araby arriving at the press conference
4. Various shots of the attendees, al-Araby speaking during the press conference
5. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Arab League Chief Nabil al-Araby;
6. “ In my opinion: What’s happening at Gaza particulary after this visist
7. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Arab League Chief Nabil al-Araby;
“In my opinion and after my visit to Gaza, what’s happening in Gaza is certainly shame on humanity. I repeat that it is shame on humanity. Undoubtedly, the blockade and the aggression against civilians are up to the level of war crimes and crimes against humanity, according to the international humanitarian law and all international related covenants and agreements.” 8. Various shots of the attendees, al-Araby speaking during the press
9. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Arab League Chief Nabil al-Araby;
“No peace or stability in the region as long as there are still occupation, settlement activities and denial of Israel to the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people, the first of which is their legitimate right to have an independent state with East Jerusalem as its capital city.”
10. Various shots of the attendees during the press conference
11. Zoom out shot of al-Araby concluding his speech and heading to leave after the press conference

STORYLINE:
Arab League Secretary-General Nabil al-Araby said that the Israeli aggression on the people of Gaza Strip is “shame on humanity”, he told reporters in a press conference on Wednesday, November 21, at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo.

Al-Araby said that his visit to the Gaza Strip aimed to show solidarity of all Arab states to Gaza and the Palestinian people.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Arab League Chief Nabil al-Araby;
“In my opinion and after my visit to Gaza, what’s happening in Gaza is certainly shame on humanity. I repeat that it is shame on humanity. Undoubtedly, the blockade and the aggression against civilians are up to the level of war crimes and crimes against humanity, according to the international humanitarian law and all international related covenants and agreements.”

He said that the Arab League called on UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to take an immediate action to end the Israeli attacks on the Palestinian strip.

He added that Iraq has called for holding a meeting of the Arab states' chiefs of staff over the ongoing violence in Gaza. Al-Araby said that the invitation to the meeting has been sent to all Arab countries and that the Arab League was waiting for their reply.

He also stressed that there would be neither peace nor stability in the Middle East unless the Palestinians got their legitimate right of an independent state with East Jerusalem as its capital city.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Arab League Chief Nabil al-Araby;
“No peace or stability in the region as long as there are still occupation, settlement activities and denial of Israel to the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people, the first of which is their legitimate right to have an independent state with East Jerusalem as its capital city.”

The Arab League Chief announced that three of Arab foreign ministers who accompanied him during his recent visit to Gaza told him that their countries supported the convening of emergency Arab summit as requested by the Palestinian Authority at a recent Arab League meeting. Al-Araby noted that three countries weren’t enough to hold an Arab summit as it requires approval of 11 other countries.

Earlier on Tuesday, a delegation of Arab ministers led by the Arab League Secretary-General paid a visit to Gaza to express solidarity with the Palestinians.

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The Commemoration of Ashura in Bahra...
Al Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
20 Nov 2012

Ashura is commemorated by Shi'a Muslims as a day of mourning for the martyrdom of Hussein ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala on 10 Muharram in the year 61 AH (October 10, 680 CE).
On the 20th of November, hundreds of Bahrainis mourned the loss of Hussein.
Diverse religious groups gathered to share this memory with shiite in the Bahraini capital, the city of Al-Manama.

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The Commemoration of Ashura in Bahra...
Al Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
20 Nov 2012

Ashura is commemorated by Shi'a Muslims as a day of mourning for the martyrdom of Hussein ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala on 10 Muharram in the year 61 AH (October 10, 680 CE).
On the 20th of November, hundreds of Bahrainis mourned the loss of Hussein.
Diverse religious groups gathered to share this memory with shiite in the Bahraini capital, the city of Al-Manama.

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The Commemoration of Ashura in Bahra...
Al Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
20 Nov 2012

Ashura is commemorated by Shi'a Muslims as a day of mourning for the martyrdom of Hussein ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala on 10 Muharram in the year 61 AH (October 10, 680 CE).
On the 20th of November, hundreds of Bahrainis mourned the loss of Hussein.
Diverse religious groups gathered to share this memory with shiite in the Bahraini capital, the city of Al-Manama.

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Polytechnic Day Protest | Clashes in ...
Athens, Greece
By VeriasA
18 Nov 2012

Greeks show solidarity with Palestinians during annual march to mark the fall of military Junta which ruled country from 1967-1974. Protesters clash with riot police in anarchist neighborhood of Exarhia

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RALLYING FOR GAZA - Editor's Picks 15...
Middle East
By Editor's Picks
16 Nov 2012

Protesters in Egypt rallied in support of Gaza, calling for the government to cut all diplomatic ties with Israel. The Lebanese Communist Party and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine also demonstrated against Israeli aggression in Gaza on Thursday, in front of the ESCWA building in Beirut.

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Women in Uttar Pradesh Have a New Har...
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh (INDIA)
By newspoint
15 Nov 2012

Uttar Pradesh's Chief Minister, Akhilesh Yadav, is scheduled to institute a telephone helpline service in the state for women to report harassment including indecent phone calls, SMSes and MMSes. The service named “Women Power line” will be available by dialling 1090 from 15 November, and will be charged at normal call rates. It offers a security cover for working women and college girls, facing insecurity at public places from eve teasers. The power line will not be an emergency service, but will operate between 8 am and 2 am.

The identity of the caller to the power line will be a kept secret and the caller won’t be summoned to the police station or any government office or the office of the power line. The calls would be attended only by women police officers and the power line office will maintain contact with the aggrieved women till her grievance is redressed.

Women police constables who will run the service have been imparted training and also an orientation programme. The selected personnel have also been trained to answer calls in English. The uniform of the women constables posted in power line will be different from the police uniform. They will be dressed in a sky blue shirt, dark grey trouser and navy blue blazer with the centre's monogram. The power line service would be further expanded after the staff gets familiar with the hi-tech IVRS-based operations. The initial staff strength of the power line would be a total of 45 women constables, 25 male constables, and two women sub-inspectors.

Byte-Akhilesh Yadav , U.P Chef Minister
I want to congratulate police officers, who are involved in Women helpline system. After being launched, this number 1090 will help victims through the police. On this occasion (Bhaiya Dooj) we have given power line to the sisters of Uttar Pradesh. I think, the number 1090 will help those victims who are in trouble. The society is constantly changing due to mobile technology.

Byte-AC Sharma , Director General of Police (DGP)
"Alarming". What it shows, he asserts, is that the police are now in "proactive mode". "See, who attacks a docile police party? It is only because we are issuing challis, raiding criminals and setting things right that we are being attacked. The people doing the attacking will be dealt with strictly,"

Byte -Navneet Sekera, DIG, Lucknow range
“The women power line will not be a toll free service like the emergency police and fire brigade service. The service is at normal, applicable call rates. It is not an emergency service and will help restrict hoax calls made on the number’’, who is also the nodal officer of the project. “Only 10 per cent of the calls made to city police control room dial 100 service are genuine and worth taking cognizance,’’

Byte -Navneet Sekera, DIG, Lucknow range
“Earlier we had planned to run the service 24x7, now it has been decided to run it in three shifts of six hours each, the first shift will be from 8am to 2pm, the second from 2pm to 8pm and the third from 8pm to 2am’’.

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"I WANT TO EAT AND I WANT DEMOCRACY" ...
Amman, Jordan
By Editor's Picks
14 Nov 2012

A crowd of about 2,000 gathered in front of Amman's Interior Ministry Circle in response to rising fuel prices in Jordan. Also calling publicly for the fall of the regime, protesters burned tires, vandalized photos of the king and blocked roads. One protester, when asked why he was protesting said, "I want to eat and I want democracy."

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Protest against land evictions in Han...
Hanoi, Vietnam
By robtof
07 Nov 2012

Protesters demand Vietnamese authorities return their land during a demonstration in the capital.
At least 100 people held rare protests in Ly Tu Trong Park in Hanoi the 7th of november. They were demonstrating against what they said were illegal land grabs in two areas on the outskirts of the city, protesters said. According to Radio Free Asia last June, "Vietnamese authorities arrested 30 farmers from Duong Noi as they held protests in front of a municipal building in the capital demanding the government return land they say they were forcibly evicted from three years ago." All land in Vietnam belongs to the state, with people having only the right to use it. Land expropriation has been linked to several high-profile incidents of unrest in recent years. Last week, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong signed the Resolution 19-NQ/TW on continuing the renovation of land policies in a bid to create the foundation for Vietnam to become a modern-oriented industrial country by 2020.

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Fire truck torched by anarchists | At...
Athens, Greece
By VeriasA
07 Nov 2012

After a national strike protest on 6/11 a Mercedes is burnt in anarchist neighborhood of Exarheia; responding fire engine is then attacked and torched.

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UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi in Rae B...
Rae Barreli Utter Pradesh , India
By newspoint
06 Nov 2012

UPA Chairperson and Congress President Sonia Gandhi inaugurated a modern coach manufacturing factory in her Lok Sabha constituency Rae Barreli tomorrow.

The inauguration of the Rs 1,685 crore coach factory was delayed for more than a year due to the vexed issue of compensation to farmers whose land was used for the factory.

Beside the inauguration, Sonia also handed over appointment letters to farmers whose land was used for the project. The country's largest public transporter had acquired 541 hectares of land for the coach manufacturing factory, out of which 283 hectares belonged to private land owners.

The Rae Bareli coach factory is expected to cater to railways' increasing demand for coaches by annually rolling out about 1,000 coaches. Currently, the factory is engaged only in assembling coaches.

Byte-Sonia Gandhi, UPA Chairperson

“The coach manufacturing unit here will provide job opportunities to the local residents and farmers who have given their land for this project and add to the development of the area”

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Protests In Bahrain Challenging Ban O...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

Carrying posters of Sheikh Issa Qassim, the Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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Bahrainis Challenge Ban On Political ...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

The Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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Bahrainis Gather Despite Ban
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

The Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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Bahrain Opposition Protest Despite Ban
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

The Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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Bahrainis Face Security & Protest Des...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

The Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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View From Above - Bahraini People Gat...
Duraz, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
02 Nov 2012

The Bahraini people, challenging authorities' decision to ban all political gatherings, succeeded today, Friday, November 2, 2012, in organizing marches, demanding that officials free a well-known opposition leader Mr. Hassan Mishaima who is allegedly complaining of symptoms from cancer. Demonstrations occurred in several villages around Manama with protesters calling for real transformation, democracy and freedom.

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Clashes In Beni Walid
Beni Walid, Libya
By TTM
25 Oct 2012

The Libyan authorities announced on Wednesday that they had seized control of Beni Walid and that the city was almost liberated.
But yesterday, clashes were still going on in the city centre.
Thousands of people left the city in the last few days.

Footage from the road between Tarhouna (80 km north of Bani Walid) and Bani Walid, 2 km outside the town.

People interviewed are all inhabitants from Bani Walid trying to go back to their homes.

Translation:
- Man number 1  : " There are armed militias that belong to the brigade 28"

  • Man number 2 : " They have blocked our streets "

  • Reporter : " Who did? "

  • Man number 2 : " The brigade 28 " 

  • Reporter : " Brigade 28 of Beni Walid right? "

  • Man number 2 : " Yes, yes indeed "

  • Reporter : " And you, what were you doing? "

  • Man number 2 : " I was going home where I sleep... eat... "

  • Reporter : " When did you leave your house? "

  • Man number 2 : "Two days ago"

  • Reporter : " I see.. Two days. And what do you think? Is it possible for you to go back to your house? "

  • Man number 2 : " No, it is not easy to come back to Beni Walid. We were supposed to be allowed to get in by 10 o'clock by the name of the government and when it was 10 o'clock we weren't allowed. It was impossible for us to get back in Beni Walid."

  • Man number 3 : " We have been staying in the desert, and everyone is sick. As you can see, in our country we have the brigade 28 that is stealing our houses ." 

  • Man number 4 : " They have been shooting at us, we just want to know why they are making us leave our houses and our land. They are stealing our houses, our gold and cars. I came here today because I want to go back home, to my house but they are stolen and we are trying to protect our home and houses. Why is the media allowed to get in and not us?? They are not letting me in. "

  • Man number 5 : " Look at us! Where are we going to sleep and eat now? What are we going to do now? Where is the libyan people? Where is the government? Do you think I carry a gun now? I don't. But look at them, pointing weapons and guns at us. What are we supposed to do now? It has been a week today since we have been sleeping in the desert, where do we go now? "

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ANGRY CITIZENS PROTEST IN AFTERMATH O...
Achrafiyeh, Beirut, Lebanon
By Editor's Picks
20 Oct 2012

Protesters burned tires and set up roadblocks around Lebanon Saturday, October 20, in an angry response to the massive car bomb that killed senior intelligence official Wissam al Hassan, who was allegedly leading an investigation into a Lebanese politician accused of working with two Syrian officials to plan a string of attacks inside Lebanon. The blast killed at least eight people and wounded over 100. Saturday was declared a day of mourning in the country, though protesters set up roadblocks in Beirut, Sidon, Tripoli and the Bekaa Valley. Many Lebanese worry that the explosion is evidence of an escalation of Syria's war spilling over the borders and fear a return to the wave of political assassinations that rattled Lebanon between 2005 and 2008.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.

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Friday speech of Sheikh Isa Qassim, B...
Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
12 Oct 2012

Some translated points from the speech:
·In the contrary the people of Bahrain are longing to freedom and democracy. They are peaceful and none-violent.

·The authority in Bahrain is trying to justify its violence against the peaceful movement by attacking the people figures.

·(To Minister of justice): do you accept attacking your family?

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers of the nation to violence.

·Unilateral authority is always enslaving its people and always inciting hatred among its own people.

· The pro-democracy movement in Bahrain is peaceful and will stay peaceful.

·The demands of the people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·The authority is recklessly trying to mislead the international community by faking the speech of religious figures.

·The authority is longing to get the political parties to violent confrontation to knock off the opposition and its people.

·We will always fight sectarianism.

·It is true that the authority can stop the Friday prayers but the people have all the awareness to face the authority.

·This place will always calls for peaceful movement.

·The people of Bahrain have basic humanitarian legitimate demands and no one can deny them.

·I got the message and I will never lead the brothers in this country to violence.