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2012 Soho International Film Festival...
New York, USA
By Genesis Broadcasting Network (TTM-TV1)
14 Apr 2012

Exclusive Interview with Russ Camarda, starring in the Fred Carpenter Film, "The Night Never Sleeps", recorded at the 2012 Soho International Film Festival New York Premiere on April 13, 2012

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2012 Soho International Film Festival...
New York, USA
By Genesis Broadcasting Network (TTM-TV1)
14 Apr 2012

Exclusive Interview with Dan Brennan, Stephanie Finochio, and Russ Camarda, all starring in the Fred Carpenter Film, "The Night Never Sleeps", recorded at the 2012 Soho International Film Festival New York Premiere on April 13, 2012

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Egypt's Former Intelligence Chief Oma...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
08 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 8, 2012

Egypt's former Intelligence Chief Omar Suleiman officially registered for the presidential race on Sunday, April 8, at the last minute before the deadline specified by the Supreme Presidential Election Commission (SPEC), amid hundreds of supporters who raised his posters and shouted support for him.
His supporters see him as the best man for the current transitional stage in Egypt's history due to his political experience and work history.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – One of Suleiman's supporters (man):
"First, I have been one of the biggest admirers of Suleiman's personality and policy for a long time. Second, Suleiman is the man of the current stage because he will be able to preserve the Egyptian citizens' dignity at home and abroad. At the same time, we need a man of politics and economy, and Suleiman is an experienced politician and economist who can help develop Egypt's economy."

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – One of Suleiman's supporters (young woman):
"I want a president who can achieve security and investment. I see this applies only to Omar Suleiman. Who among the candidates can achieve security, good foreign relations, home security and investment at the same time? No one but him! Who is equally experienced among the presidential candidates? What did they do for Egypt? What are their CV's?"

However, the atmosphere was not free from some skirmishes and quarrels outside the commission headquarters between supporters and few opponents of former president's strongman and short-term vice president Suleiman.
SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – One of Suleiman's supporters (man):
"Mr. Omar Suleiman is not only a man of the state but he's also experienced in foreign affairs and he owns files that other candidates don't have. I wonder who those who run for president are. I wonder what they have given to Egypt."

Suleiman, 76, was the one who announced Mubarak's historical resignation on February 11, 2011.
He has been the director of Egypt's Intelligence Service for eighteen years.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 8, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 8, 2012
Length: 0:02:51
Video Size: 141 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

1- Various external shots of the headquarters of the Supreme Judicial Commission for Presidential Elections
2- Various shots of army and police security men and armored vehicles outside the commission headquarters
3- Medium shot, hundreds of supporters of Former Intelligence Chief Omar Suleiman shouting in his support, "Egyptians support Suleiman!"
4- Medium shot, pan right, Suleiman getting off the car and heading to enter the commission headquarters amid crowds of security men and supporters
5- Medium shots, supporters of Suleiman shouting statements in his support and raising his posters
6- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – One of Suleiman's supporters (man):
"First, I have been one of the most admirers of Suleiman's personality and policy for long. Second, Suleiman is the man of the current stage because he will be able to preserve the Egyptian citizen's dignity inside and abroad. At the same time, we need a man of politics and economy, and Suleiman is an experienced politician and he is an economist who can help developing Egypt's economy." 7- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – One of Suleiman's supporters (young woman):
"I want a president who can achieve security and investment. I see this applies only to Omar Suleiman. Who among the candidates can achieve security, good foreign relations, home security and investment at the same time? No one but him! Who is equally experienced among the presidential candidates? What did they do for Egypt? What are their CV's?" 8- Various shots of people pushing one another, quarreling, etc, outside the commission
9- Medium shot/zoom in, one of Suleiman's opponents shouting "Omar Suleiman is an agent of the U.S."
10- Wide shot, a crowds of people outside the commission headquarters
11- SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – One of Suleiman's supporters (man):
"Mr. Omar Suleiman is not only a man of the state but he's also experienced in foreign affairs and he owns files that other candidates don't have. I wonder who those who run for president are. I wonder what they have given to Egypt." 12- Various shots of crowds of people and security presence outside the commission headquarters
13- Close up, a soldier's shield written on it "Military police"
14- Wide pan right, group of people and two armored vehicles outside the commission headquarters

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Interview with Syrian Refugee on the ...
Reyhanli, Turkey
By info
08 Apr 2012

Reyhanli Refugee Camp-Turkey | April 8th, 2012

An interview with 24 year-old Syrian refugee, Mahmoud:

00:00 to 1:09
• Where are you from? I’m from Latakia
• Would you tell us what is happening in Syria? From the beginning of the revolution, we’ve been sacrificing the most precious thing that we have—our lives. Assad’s militias attacked us. They attacked women, children and old people.
Anan has come with a plan and Bashar has promised to pull Tanks off streets. He has not pulled anything out. They are hidden. I’ve seen them myself.
1:10 to 2:06
• Where are they hidden? I saw them. They’ve hidden them in garages and basements underneath buildings. As soon as people go out for demonstrations, Assad’s militias surround and arrest them. Some of them join the demonstrations in order to get the names of the activists and then arrest them.
People need medicine and food. They can’t even get bread.
2:07 to 2:50
We are calling every Muslim, everyone that has honor and everyone that has character to support Syrians. We are not only Syrians we are Muslims and we believe in God. Bashar and his men will kill all Sunnis.
2:50 to 3:55
• We heard that there are Iranian officers helping the regime. Is it true? There are Iranians on Ships in the Mediterranean; in Latakia, Tartous and Banyas. There are also militias from Hizbullah. Hassan Nasrallah is supposed to be a man of character, a man of honor because he claims that his cause is to protect Palestinians. We the people care for Palestine not him or his party. We will never shake hands with Shias any more.
3:55 to 4:25
• Did the army torture you? Yes they did. Five days ago I was out on street in Slaybeh neighborhood in Latakieh and this is what they did to me. This is what they do to peaceful protesters.

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The Muslim Brotherhood Controversiall...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
01 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 31 & April 1, 2012

The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest and best organized group, decided to field a presidential candidate, the group's secretary-general announced in a press conference held Saturday evening, March 31, in Cairo.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Mahmoud Hussein, Muslim Brotherhood Secretary-General:
"The group's General Shura Council during its emergency session today, Saturday, March 31, 2012, decided to field a presidential candidate. The Council assigns the General Guidance office in coordination with the executive office of the Freedom and Justice Party to take and follow up the necessary procedures." The decision is seen as controversial and questionable, because the group announced late April last year in a similar conference at the same place by the same man, after the ousting of former regime, that it would not nominate a member to run for president.
SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Mahmoud Hussein, Muslim Brotherhood Secretary-General:
“The group reaffirms that it will not field a candidate for the presidency nor supports any of its members who will run for the presidency in violation of the (Guidance) Bureau.” Although the Muslim Brotherhood is popular in Egypt with a lot of supporters, many see that the decision negatively affects the group's credibility and good name.
On the other hand, the group dismissed Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh, a renowned member, and regarded him as dissident when he decided to run for president. However, the group now nominates Deputy General Guide Eng. Khairat el-Shater as a strong candidate for the presidential race.
SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Egyptian citizen:
"The problem is that the Muslim Brotherhood speaks as an Islamic current. It has previously announced that it wouldn’t nominate a presidential candidate. Now, when they fielded a candidate, it caused the Egyptian society to mistrust them. They are supposed to be honest. They cannot go back on their word so explicitly." SOUNDBITE 4 (Arabic) – Egyptian citizen:
"Khairat el-Shater is an Egyptian citizen and he has the right to run for president. However, to be the candidate of the Freedom and Justice Party or the Muslim Brotherhood contradicts what they have previously announced. They disowned Dr. Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh because he decided to run for president and they announced they wouldn’t field a candidate. This is contradiction in their former and recent statements." El-Shater resigned from his post as the Muslim Brotherhood deputy chairman upon the decision of running for president.
SOUNDBITE 5 (Arabic) – Abdel Moneim Abdel Maqsoud, Muslim Brotherhood attorney:
"Eng. Khairat el-Shater is now a presidential candidate, a post that will be elected by all the people. He is very keen not to belong to any political faction or any organized group with a political ideology. He doesn’t deny the Muslim Brotherhood, but since he announced to run for this post he saw that it was better to resign."
Mohamed Khairat el-Shater, 62, is married with ten children and ten grandchildren. He is a successful engineer and businessman, yet he was jailed several times during the rime of Mubarak over charges against the Muslim Brotherhood. He was released in March 2011 after he was sentenced to seven years in prison.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 31 & April 1, 2012 [and archive]
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 1, 2012
Length: 0:03:58
Video Size: 196 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Various evening shots of the MB headquarters in Cairo, the building, the logo, the banner, etc
2. Various shots of last night's conference at the MB where they announced the decision
3. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Mahmoud Hussein, Muslim Brotherhood Secretary-General:
"The group's General Shura Council during its emergency session today, Saturday, March 31, 2012, decided to field a presidential candidate. The Council assigns the General Guidance office in coordination with the executive office of the Freedom and Justice Party to take and follow up the necessary procedures." 4. Various shots of April 2011 press conference when they announced the opposite [Archive: April 30, 2011]
5. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Mahmoud Hussein, Muslim Brotherhood Secretary-General:
“The group reaffirms that it will not field a candidate for the presidency nor supports any of its members who will run for the presidency in violation of the (Guidance) Bureau.” 6. Various shots of supporters of presidential hopeful Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh raising his posters [Archive: March 29, 2012]
7. Various shots of Muslim Brotherhood dissident member and presidential hopeful Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh outside the headquarters of the Supreme Commission for Presidential Elections after he officially submitted his candidacy papers [Archive: March 29, 2012]
8. SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Egyptian citizen:
"The problem is that the Muslim Brotherhood speaks as an Islamic current. It has previously announced that it wouldn’t nominate a presidential candidate. Now, when they fielded a candidate, it caused the Egyptian society to mistrust them. They are supposed to be honest. They cannot go back on their word so explicitly." 9. SOUNDBITE 4 (Arabic) – Egyptian citizen:
"Khairat el-Shater is an Egyptian citizen and he has the right to run for president. However, to be the candidate of the Freedom and Justice Party or the Muslim Brotherhood contradicts what they have previously announced. They disowned Dr. Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh because he decided to run for president and they announced they wouldn’t field a candidate. This is contradiction in their former and recent statements." 10. Khairat el-Shater shaking hands with Copt business tycoon Ramy Lakkah during a Muslim Brotherhood breakfast (August 6, 2011)
11. Khairat el-Shater during a Muslim Brotherhood meeting (Archive 2012)
12. SOUNDBITE 5 (Arabic) – Abdel Moneim Abdel Maqsoud, Muslim Brotherhood attorney:
"Eng. Khairat el-Shater is now a presidential candidate, a post that will be elected by all the people. He is very keen not to belong to any political faction or any organized group with a political ideology. He doesn’t deny the Muslim Brotherhood, but since he announced to run for this post he saw that it was better to resign."
13. Khairat el-Shater during his trial (Feb and Dec 2007)
14. Khairat el-Shater coming out of police vehicle when released from prison (March 3, 2011 )
15. Khairat el-Shater in bus with his family on his way home after being released from prison (March 3, 2011 )

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Thousands March in Naser City to be R...
Naser City, Egypt
By a.fatah85
24 Mar 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 24th, 2012

As Parliamentarians in Egypt appoint a 100-member panel that will draft the country's new constitution, demonstrations rallied for their voice and rights to be fairly represented. There is growing concern over the polarization between liberals and Islamists in the constitution process.

00:00 – 00:12
Chanting :
Our young people made a revolution as a volcano, and the military aligned with the Brotherhood.

00:47 -01:00
Chanting:
Free rebels we are going on, they want to steel our revolution - over our dead body.

01:10 -01:21
Chanting :
The constitution is for Egyptians not for Muslim Brotherhood or Salafi.

02:14- 02:59
Niveen Mousaad/Demonstrator
I’m Niveen Mousaad, an independent woman, I wish to see my country better. On January 28, 2011 we think that we are going to have good country, country for my daughter, but everything is worthless because of the Military Council. Its the authority which is destroying us now. They are the reason for everything that is happening now in this country. Muslim Brotherhood should not write the constitution even if they are the majority. How can they write something that’s suppose to be monitoring them? All Egyptian people should be represented in the constitution. Me as a house wife and mother I would like to be represented. As an Egyptian and a woman.

03:09 -03:18
Down military rule.

05:00 – 005:23
We have been here for 3 hours. We want a constitution. They totally refused article 28, why did they just refuse it?! What do they exactly demand? We just don’t get what they want. Usually the Muslim Brotherhood or their Chairman reveals their opinion. We are not expecting anything more from them except them just saying “Thank You”.

05:29- 06:30
Hussein Abd-Elmoaty/Demonstrator
Hussein Abd-Elmoaty. I do not agree to participate in the farce of the Constitution. We must prevent the farce as best we can, especialy for 50% and 50%. People do not notice that we are on the verge of disaster. They are trying to go back the old constitution of 1970. People do not want to speak about that. They would rather speak about the fuel crisis. Today, protesters came from Abbasiya, Al-Nour Mosque. The number will grow.

07:24
The sign says: “down the head of muslim brotherhood”

06:27 – 08:26
There is a big problem in Egypt. It was there before and is still here.

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Syrian Community in Egypt Commemorate...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
16 Mar 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 16, 2012

Members of the Syrian community in Egypt along with Syrian activists including some Egyptian activists gathered at the Syrian tent in Tahrir Square on Friday, March 16, commemorating the first anniversary of the ongoing revolt against the regime of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.
Protestors condemned al-Assad's regime and its ongoing violent crackdown on civilians and protestors, chanting statements against al-Assad, demanding his execution and reaffirming that the Syrian revolution will win at the end.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) Syrian protestor:
"We are here to commemorate the anniversary of passing one year of the Syrian revolution to show all the world that the Syrian people spent a year on the violence crackdown of al-Assad' regime gang which controls the regime from all sides of the country."
SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) - Syrian protestor:
"We just want to say to Bashar al-Assad that the Syrian Free Army is being armed. The free army will destroy you! Bashar. There won't be anything called Bashar, they will destroy your future very soon. Soon you will face a terrible death as well as everyone who participated in killing the protestors." Protestors are urging the international community to come together to take military action to end al-Assad' regime massacre against the Syrian people and to save the Syrian people.
Protestors held the commemoration ceremony of the Syrian revolution at the Syrian revolution tent, which established by Syrian activists in Cairo outside the headquarters of the Arab League to highlight the massacre of the Syrian regime of Bashar against the Syrian protestors and to serve as a reminder to the organization of the Syrians' tragedy and to do more to stop the necessity the killing machine operated by President Bashar Al Assad against the Syrians.
The Syrian uprising is close to becoming the Arab Spring’s bloodiest and longest revolt, as the death toll has reached more than 8,000 dead, according to the United Nations.

SHOTLIST:
1- Wide external shot of the large Syrian tent outside the headquarters of the AL downtown Tahrir Square
2- Wide shot of Syrians inside the tent shouting statements against Bashar al-Assad
3- Medium shot of boxes written on it " Freedom Campaign to support the Syrian revolution and with posters of victims of the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad
4- Various shots of Syrians protesting inside the tent, shouting statements against al-Assad
5- Wide shot of Syrians shouting the Syrians want " al-Assad' execution"
6- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) Syrian protestor:
"We are here to commemorate the anniversary of passing one year of the Syrian revolution to show all the world that the Syrian people spent a year on the violence crackdown of al-Assad' regime gang which controls the regime from all sides of the country."
7- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic)- Syrian protestor:
"We just want to say to Bashar al-Assad that the Syrian Free Army is being armed. The free army will destroy you! Bashar. There won't be anything called Bashar, they will destroy your future very soon. Soon you will face a terrible death and any other one participated in killing the protestors." 8- Pan left shot of posters of protestors and posters condemning Bashar al-Assad
9- Medium shot of poster of Syrian protestor, holding murdered child, victim of the Syrian regime , written on it " Be patient free Syrians"
10- Various shots of Syrian protestors and young Syrian boys shouting statements against Bashar al-Assad
11- Various shots of protestors inside the tent, chanting against Bashar al-Assad

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Debate in Egypt Over Parliament's Dem...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
14 Mar 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 14, 2012 [and archive]

Egypt’s Parliament demanded the expulsion of the Israeli Ambassador from Egypt and withdrawal of the Egyptian Ambassador from Israel over the Israeli attacks on Gaza strip, urging the government to cut off diplomatic ties with Israel during an evening session on Monday, March 12.
The Egyptian parliament made a list of demands including halting export of natural gas to Israel, and reexamining the 1979 peace treaty with Israel.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Mohamed al-Said Edrees, Head of Parliament Arab Affairs Committee:
"We demand expulsion of the Israeli Ambassador from Egypt and withdrawal of the Egyptian Ambassador from Tel Aviv and halting export of natural gas to this entity (i.e. Israel)." The parliamentary recommendations also included extending humanitarian aids to the Palestinians, adopting all forms of resistance against Israel, and urging the Arab League to oppose the Israel's attempts to turn Jerusalem to a Jewish city.
Egyptians have different opinions with regard to the demand of expulsion of the Israeli Ambassador from Egypt. Some supports the demand wholeheartedly, some see it unrealistic, and some consider it very hazardous.
SOUNDBITES 2 – Egyptian Citizen:
“I support the demand of the Parliament Arab Affairs Committee to kick out the Israeli Ambassador from Egypt due to many issues. For example, our brothers have been recently killed at the Egyptian borders by Israelis and they just apologized as if the Egyptians are worthless.” SOUNDBITE 3 – Egyptian Citizen:
“We don’t have to make irresponsible hasty decisions such as expelling the Israeli Ambassador from Egypt and withdrawing our Egyptian Ambassador form Israel. Of course this is not the solution. The people must think well. We have to think of our country’s ongoing conditions, our economy and the conditions of Egyptian citizens.”

SOUNDBITES 4 – Egyptian Citizen:
“Of course I agree with the expulsion of the Israeli Ambassador from Egypt and the withdrawal of the Egyptian Ambassador from Israel, as Arabs are like members of the same body; if anything wrong happens to any member, the others are badly affected. We have to unite! Arabs and Muslims are brothers.”

The parliament also called on the government to reconsider the country’s nuclear policy if Israel continues to refuse international inspection of its nuclear facilities.
The suggestion of the lower house of the parliament is mostly symbolic because only the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) that took over ousted president Hosni Mubarak can make such decisions.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Publishing Time: March 14, 2012
Length: 0:03:04
Video Size: 152 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS
SHOTLIST:
1- Wide external shot, the Egyptian Parliament
2- Various shots of members of the parliament entering
3- Various shots of members of the parliament, mostly breaded Islamists, at the parliament entrance and yard
4- Wide external shot, the Egyptian Parliament
5- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Mohamed al-Said Edrees, Head of Parliament Arab Affairs Committee:
"We demand expulsion of the Israeli Ambassador from Egypt and withdrawal of the Egyptian Ambassador from Tel Aviv and halting export of natural gas to this entity (i.e. Israel)." 6- Medium shot, the parliament gate with Egypt's flag
7- Various shots of members of the parliament, mostly breaded Islamists, at the parliament entrance and yard
8- Various shots of army security men
9- Wide shot, over view of Cairo and the River Nile
10- Various shots of people in the street
11- SOUNDBITES 2 – Egyptian Citizen:
“I support the demand of the Parliament Arab Affairs Committee to kick out the Israeli Ambassador from Egypt due to many issues. For example, our brothers have been recently killed at the Egyptian borders by Israelis and they just apologized as if the Egyptians are worthless.” 12- SOUNDBITE 3 – Egyptian Citizen:
“We don’t have to make irresponsible hasty decisions such as expelling the Israeli Ambassador from Egypt and withdrawing our Egyptian Ambassador form Israel. Of course this is not the solution. The people must think well. We have to think of our country’s ongoing conditions, our economy and the conditions of Egyptian citizens.” 13- SOUNDBITES 4 – Egyptian Citizen:
“Of course I agree with the expulsion of the Israeli Ambassador from Egypt and the withdrawal of the Egyptian Ambassador from Israel, as Arabs are like members of the same body; if anything wrong happens to any member, the others are badly affected. We have to untie! Arabs and Muslims are brothers.” 14- Wide shot (low angel) the building of the Israeli Embassy at Giza with Israeli flag hanging on the window [archive]
15- Various shots of a protest outside the Israeli Embassy with protestors raising Palestinian flag [archive]
16- Medium shot, protestors setting fire on a flag of Israel and treading on it with their shoes [archive]
17- Various shots of the construction of a wall outside the Israeli Embassy to protect it [archive]
18- Various shots of protestors pulling down the wall outside the embassy [archive]
19- Wide shot, Israeli symbolic star drawn on the ground of a street and cars driving on it

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Egypt's Football Association Cancels ...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
12 Mar 2012

March 11, 2012 - Cairo, Egypt

Egypt's Football Association (EFA) decided on Saturday, March 10, to halt the Premier League competitions that have been suspended since the bloody soccer riots after a football match in Port Said early February.

Egyptian sport expert expected the decision and some of them see it even late.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Gamal al-Zuhairy, sports critic, editor-in-chief of Sport News Newspaper:
"I believe this decision should’ve been made earlier to assure everyone that there's no premier league competition. It would be difficult or even impossible to resume the competition before clarification of things regarding the punishment of perpetrators of such a crime or massacre that happened after the match." The EFA decided to hold instead a no-fan "Martyr Cup" competition on honor of the souls of the victims of the riots that took place on February 1st, after a football match between Port Said's team Al-Masry and Cairo's top team Al-Ahly, which killed at least 74 and wounded hundreds.

Al-Masry will not participate in the Martyr Cup competition according to the EFA decision.

EFA said the financial loss of halting the premier league competitions would reach one billion Egyptian pounds. [1 USD = 6.03 EGP]

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Egyptian young man:
"There is no problem about holding 'the Martyr Cup' competition these days. It will raise the spirit of their families when they are considered among revolution martyrs. However, Port Said's team should participate normally like other teams. We don’t want to be hard to them because they have already seen enough."

SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Egyptian young man:
"I am against holding any competition at all. There is a feeling of big damage in all Egyptian sports. I don’t feel happy when I watch football these days." Al-Ahly fans, as well as many others who wanted to express condemn of the tragic riots, held massive rallies marching through Cairo central streets to the General-Prosecutor office at the Supreme Courthouse headquarters, demanding justice and retaliation for the victims.
SHOTLIST:
1- Various external shots of Egyptian Football Association (EFA) headquarters in Cairo
2- Various shots of a previous meeting of the recently resigned EFA board chaired by Smair Zaher
3- Medium shot, flag of Egypt next to flag of EFA
4- Medium shot, a sign reading "The Board"
5- Various shots of a previous meeting of the recently resigned EFA board chaired by Smair Zaher (archive)
6- Various shots of the soccer riot tragedy at Port Said Stadium (archive, Feb 1)
7- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Gamal al-Zuhairy, sports critic, editor-in-chief of Sport News Newspaper:
"I believe this decision should’ve been made earlier to assure everyone that there's no premier league competition. It would be difficult or even impossible to resume the competition before clarification of things regarding the punishment of perpetrators of such a crime or massacre that happened after the match." 8- Tilt down, the main gate of Al-Masry Stadium at Port Said, where the riots took place, with crowds outside the stadium (archive)
9- Various shots of the aftermath of the riots at the stadium seats with blood spots on the seats and the ground (archive)
10- Various shots of many pairs of shoes at stadium exit where the tragedy took place (archive)
11- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Egyptian young man:
"There is no problem about holding 'the Martyr Cup' competition these days. It will raise the spirit of their families when they are considered among revolution martyrs. However, Port Said's team should participate normally like other teams. We don’t want to be hard to them because they have already seen enough."
12- SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Egyptian young man:
"I am against holding any competition at all. There is a feeling of big damage in all Egyptian sports. I don’t feel happy when I watch football these days." 13- Various shots of massive rallies of fans of al-Ahly club walking on one of Cairo’ bridges heading to the office of the General-Prosecutor, demanding retaliation for the victims of Port Said (archive)
14- Medium shot of protestors holding fireworks, demanding retaliation (archive)
15- Wide shot, protestors raising the Egyptians flags and posters for the victims of Port Said outside the headquarters of the Supreme Courthouse (archive)

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Syrian Youth Near Refugee Camp In Turkey
Yayladagi, Turkey
By info
11 Mar 2012

Yayladagi, Turkey: March 9, 2012

Syrian youth find "refuge" at a Internet Cafe outside of the refugee camp they are living in Yayladagi, Turkey. One of the Young Syrian's lost 2-brothers in a demonstration. He says they were killed by Assad's Soldiers.

0:00-0:15
Q: Why have you come here?
A:They killed us and destroyed our houses. And if they don’t kill you they put you in prison and torture you until you die.

0:16-0:38
Q: Did any of your relatives die?
A: Yes, two of my brothers died.

Q: Were you there when they died?
A: Yes I was there. We went out protesting calling for freedom and we faced the Syrian army and the security forces who shot at us.

Q: And how did this make you feel?
A: What do you think? I know bullets kill people. But everything depends on Allah. We will sacrifice even our lives until we are liberated.

0:50-1:00
Q: Bashar has lots of weapons, what about you?
A: No we have Allah

1:00-1:25
Q: When did you come here?
A: Ramadan

Q: And now you have left your country for here (the refugee camp)...
A:True we are living in a refugee camp but we are living in freedom. In Syria we were are living trapped in their houses. Over there (Syria) we couldn’t do anything. Here in Turkey we can come and go as we like.

1:26-1:36
Q: Can you communicate with your family via computer?
A:In Syria there is not even electricity. They cut it so we can’t use the internet to contact people

2:00-2:05
Q: Is there anyone you like in Syria, as in a girl?
A: Yes I do

2:05-2:35
Q: Do you talk to her now?
A: Now? No. Once they started bombing Homs, all phone lines to Syria have been cut. We haven’t been able to call anyone and we have no clue what has happened to them. There is nothing left of Bab Amr in Homs, all the houses are in ruins. You can not even drive through the streets. We want the world to hear us. We want UN Security Council to call for armed intervention.

2:35-2:45
Q: Today is Valentine’s Day ,
A: Everyday we celebrate this day because everyday we are giving our women a great gift. We are giving up our lives so they can live with their heads held up high. We want to give them freedom by our sacrifice.

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Syrian Refugees at Turkish Border
Yayladagi, Turkey
By admin
11 Mar 2012

Yayladagi, Turkey: March 9, 2012

Interview with Syrian refugees in a camp at the Turkish border.

These Syrian men claim they were forced to flee after they were shot by the Syrian army while protesting against the Assad regime. They speak about their escape to this refugee camp in the town of Yayladagi, on the Turkish border. One of the men speaks about his family in Syria and about his girlfriend who he dreams of marrying some day.

00:14 - 00: 27
They are raping women and killing them. In Homs, they (the Shibiha, Assad’s personal militia) killed 64 men, women and children by butchering them with knives.
00:36 - 00:40
If they give me weapons, I will go to Syria right away.
00:42- 01:00
Q:Are the Alawites participating in the fighting?
A:Yes, they are recruiting civilians for security forces to kill Sunni people.
01:01 - 01:05
They want to turn the conflict into a sectarian issue, but we are not going to do it. They want to kill us.
01:07 - 01:09
My family is in Syria. I am not married.
01:15-01:19
Who can live under the bombs?
01:20 – 01:21
Q:Are you in contact with them?
01:22 - 01:26
Our village is on the border of Turkey.
01:27 -01:30
Can them come visit you?
01:31- 01:34
A:No they cannot, the army is planting mines on the border.
01:36 - 01:46
Q:When you go back to Syria, will you get married?
A:No, they are killing us now.
01:50 - 01:54
A:Yes I wish to get married and get back to my life.
01:55 - 02:06
Q:What do you think if Bashar leaves?
A:Our life would be better.
02:20 - 02:30
Q:What would you tell Bashar if you ever met him?
A:If I meet him I will say we do not like you, leave us.
02:31 - 03:01
Q:How do you feel when you watch the news?
A:I feel sad and broken, no country is on our side. Israel is the little son of Bashar, what I mean is that they are in each other’s embrace. Israel is the little daughter of Bashar.
03:02 – 03:11
Q:What about your accommodation?
A:Turkey is taking care of us.
03:12 - 03: 24
Q:Is there any aid coming from abroad?
A:I don't know. I have only been here for a few days yet. People here know more.
03:26 - 03:40
We don't like Russia and its imperialism. Iran, China and Russia are selling the Syrian blood.
03:41 - 04:02
On T.V Tayyip Erdogan said that he is ready to welcome 100,000 Syrian refugees in turkey.
We are 10,000 now and there are people missing and no one can help us.
04:19 - 04:26
A week ago my family came over from Syria but there is not enough tents. They are going from tents to tents to find a place to sleep.
04:28 - 04:39
Some people are getting married here because they could not while in Syria.
Bashar took our money. He stole it.
05:28 -05:54
The wound was bigger and you could see the bone. They took a piece from here (thigh) and put it there.

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Louay Hussein
Damascus, Syria
By lukas.goga
11 Mar 2012

Louay Hussein, a co-founder and president of Building the Syrian State, is giving interview infront of Four Season Hotel in Damascus, 10.3.2012

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Registration for Egypt's Presidential...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
10 Mar 2012

Registration for Egypt's presidential race opened on Saturday, March 10, at the Supreme Elections Commission headquarters in Cairo, where a number of presidential hopefuls were seen.

Among the presidential candidates seen today was Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister appointed by ousted president Hosni Mubarak in the face of January 25 Revolution.

Egyptians hope for a qualified president who is able to run the ongoing critical transitional stage in Egypt's modern history.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Egyptian citizen:
“Most important is that the president be democratically elected, and without fraud. At the same time, the president will serve for a limited term and will be replaced afterwards as the power will be transferred peacefully.”

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Egyptian citizen:
“The president must be fair and this is the most important thing. We don’t want a president who is over 70 years. We need young leaders. Enough is enough. An 80 year old president cannot make a decision. We also want him to combat corruption.”

SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Egyptian citizen:
“Beside the homeland security and internal policy, the new president must keep Egypt secure from external threats.“

President hopefuls have to apply before April 8, after which candidates will begin campaigning for Egypt's historic presidential elections that will kick off on May 23 and 24.

The elections will be the first step towards real democracy and end of military rule, observers say.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 10, 2012 [and archive]
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 10, 2012
Length: 0:01:32
Video Size: 76.1 MB
Language: Arabic
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SHOTLIST:
1- Various external shots of Egypt's the Supreme Elections Commission headquarters in Cairo
2- Various shots of former PM Ahmed Shafik entering accompanied by supporters and advisers
3- Various shots of Shafik coming out after registration and surrounded by reporters
4- Wide shot, crowds outside the Supreme Elections Commission headquarters in Cairo
5- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Egyptian citizen:
“Most important is that the president be democratically elected, and without fraud. At the same time, the president will serve for a limited term and will be replaced afterwards as the power will be transferred peacefully.” 6- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Egyptian citizen:
“The president must be fair and this is the most important thing. We don’t want a president who is over 70 years. We need young leaders. Enough is enough. An 80 year old president cannot make a decision. We also want him to combat corruption.” 7- SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Egyptian citizen:
“Beside the homeland security and internal policy, the new president must keep Egypt secure from external threats.“ 8- Various archive shots of presidential candidates including former Arab League chief Amr Moussa, Salafi candidate Hazem Salah Abou Ismail, Al-Ghad Party leader Ayman Nour, Nasserite leader Hamdine Sabbahi and former judge Hesham al-Bastawisi
9- Wide overview of Cairo and the River Nile

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International Women's Day Thailand In...
Chiangmai, Thailand
By newzgathering
09 Mar 2012

International Women's Day - Chiangmai, Thailand

Jackie Pollack, Founder of MAP (Migrant Assistance Program) Foundation and spokesperson for International Women's Day - Chiangmai, Thailand.

Various women's groups - based in Thailand - joined together to voice their concerns during International Women's Day celebrated in the Northern Thai city of Chiangmai. Key issues, including maternal health care, equality in the workforce and the inclusion of women in politics, both in Thailand and Myanmar were addressed during the celebration.

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Interview with Hoda Shahed on NGO Trial
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
04 Mar 2012

March 3, 2012 - Cairo
An interview with an NGO worker, Hoda Shahed, at the International Republican Institute. Hoda Shahed explains her views of the on-going trial and the departure of the accused foreigners.

Transcription:
0:00 - 0:20 My name is Hoda Shahed, I’m a researcher in political science. My colleagues in the human rights field and defenders of freedom and I were all so confused. We did not understand what was going on.
0:21 - 0:47 At the time we were thinking that it would be solved quickly. We then found out that the case was going on. We were very surprised that after the first session, the judges stepped down from the case and imposed a travel ban on the accused. Why did they do that?
0:48 - 1:02 Why can the foreigners travel after paying two million EGP each?
1:03 - 1:18 The thing my colleagues and I want to know is: If you pay two million as bail. What is the damage to the society?
1:19 - 1:25 And if they really did so much damage for this society that they deserved to pay 2 million each, why did they let them travel?
1:26 - 2:09 I am working at the International Republican Institute and I am in touch with my colleagues. We are Egyptian people working there with the foreigners. The institutions said: we will support you and give you legal aid. But from what I saw after they go to the prosecution and the trial, the employee thought there was someone who would defend them. Finally, all the foreigners who were not Egyptian were allowed to travel. We don’t know about the Egyptians yet.
2:10 - 2:30 I am so disappointed and I feel insulted that we humiliated ourselves with a case that is not more than a misdemeanor, something you can pay a fine for, but they raised it to a felony.
2:31 - 2:39 Now that we took money from them, the charge will be changed to a misdemeanor. I feel we are no better than beggars for taking this money.
2:40 - 3:01 Don’t tell me about the independence of the judiciary. I’ve studied and worked in this field and I did a project before with an NGO on the same topic. I also wrote a book on this to support the independence of the judicial system.
3:02 - 3:33 I was so surprised when I saw the Judges at the press conference, speaking to the people about the case and the progress on it because when we would invite them to come to our seminars, they would always tell us: “We cannot talk to the media, or it could affect the case and our objectivity.” So why are they interested in the public opinion about the case now and show up and talk at a press conference?

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Ultras march in Alexandria
Cairo, Egypt
By Peter Youssef
24 Feb 2012

Alexandria, February 24, 2012: Egyptian football fans gather, march and demonstrate and pray for their fellow fans who have died and been injured in recent clashes in Egypt. Video includes raw elements with establishing shots, B-roll, cut-aways and interviews.

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Registered and Dangerous
Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
21 Feb 2012

This is a sneak preview of a new documentary called "Musaggal Khatr," or "Registered and Dangerous." This is an Egyptian documentary about registered criminals and the criminal underground in Egypt, including their relationship and work for the former Egyptian regime. The documentary is currently in post-production and exclusive distribution rights are available.

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Interview with syrian film maker Hava...
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Cairo, February 17,2012

00:00 -00:10 I’m Haval Kasso, Syrian film maker, from Ruckn Al-Din, Damascus.

00:11-00:19 A long time ago Rukn al-Din was for Kurds only in Damascus, after that it became mixed.

00:20- 00:30 This mix came from all cities and villages.

00:35- 00:44 We all are from the Kurds of Syria, who came from the north, these are the Kurds in Al-Hassaka, Halab.

01:21-01:36 From our neighborhoods many get hurt, martyrs. Rukn al-Din was one of the places that started the revolution.

01:37- 02:01 Maybe it was from moves by Kurds, not because there are Kurds or Syrians because all Syrian people, all sects and nationalities, are against oppression and tyranny .

02:10- 02:13 The revolution united people more.

03:12- 03:16 The Revolution called for freedom and dignity.

03: 20 – 03: 33 All Syrian people with the revolution, there are “Alawies” with the revolution, Christians, some of them are martyrs , some is activists, there are Kurds, Shiites and Sunnis .

03:34 -03:45 All people need revolution, the people want freedom, dignity and justice. They are against the regime which includes Shiites and Sunnis.

03:55 - 04:10 The situation now in Egypt, after revolution, gives us more space to express our revolution.
04:11 -04:31 The Egyptian people are similar to the Syrian people, and their heart is with us, there is sympathy and interaction from the Egyptian people, standing by our side.

04:32 -04:44 Activities that we can do now, because there is a space to express ourselves without ridiculous comments to hear, or people against us.

04:45 - 05:14 Bashar and his father never were Israel's enemy, for 40 years Israel captured the Golan Heights and he has not fired a single bullet. And three times Israeli Air Force was able to fly in the Syrian sky, we lost our dignity every time he was saying “Syria reserves the right to respond”!!

05:44 -06 :07 Before the revolution last March, I tried to go to Syria as a filmmaker; I wanted to document what’s happening there, but I could not. So I started to get to know the Syrian community in Egypt, then demonstrated in front of the Embassy.

06:08 We started to think how we can support the revolution from outside, and I started to make some short videos, organize a demonstration every two or three days---- we take our strength from the Syrian street.

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Ultras member
Cairo, Egypt
By Peter Youssef
15 Feb 2012

Cairo , February 15, 2012

The march started at Al-Ahly sport club as thousands of football fans «Ultras» march to the Office of the Attorney General at the Supreme Court, chanting «freedom», and «the people want the right to martyr». One ultras member explains why he joined the demonstration.

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Ultras member call for justice
Cairo, Egypt
By Peter Youssef
15 Feb 2012

Cairo , February 15,2012

The march started at Al-Ahly sport club ,by «Ultras» includes vested thousands of demonstrators to the Office of the Attorney General at the Supreme Court
chanting «freedom», and «the people want the right to martyr».

interview with an ultras member , calling for "martyrs rights"

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Two interviews-Made in USA
Cairo, Egypt
By andrewbossone
03 Feb 2012

Taken January 28, 2011: Two interviews men hold up tear gas canisters and say "Made in USA" and "These are American weapons" (translation provided). Second interview with two men holding up a poster and answering questions as they walk toward Opera Square before the bridge to Tahrir Square. (translation available).

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Ragia: The Revolution Will Continue
Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
21 Jan 2012

January 20, 2012 - Cairo

Interview with Ragia Omran, lawyer, partcipating in women's march.

"Ragia Omran, I'm here today because it's the beginning of the martyrs's week mourning, since last January 25 till now. To invite people to participate in next 25, our revolution is not complete , and we are going to continue the road despite all the challenges."

00:18- 00:36 " Today all Egyptian people: women, girls, youth, elders, rebels, non-rebels, all shades of people, participating today as it was on January 25, 2011, and next January 25 it will be bigger and better.

00:37- 0039
Do you think the violence against women in demonstrations is intended?

00:40-
"Of course it is because of the increased presence of the female element in revolutionary activities and revolutionary movements, so they want to break women as they trying to break men, trying to make people afraid. But Egyptian people since January 25, forget their fear or barrier to participate, people will not return to their homes in order to achieve the revolution."

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Lawyer Representing Victims of the Re...
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

January 10, 2012 - Cairo
A lawyer representing victims in Mubarak's trial said the judge heard arguments from five lawyers, who explained how the ex-president and his men killed protesters.

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Father Mourns Son Ahmed Abd-Ellatif A...
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 10, 2012
Mubarak's trial, outside the court.

Ahmed Abd-Ellatif Ahmed was shot in Alexandria on January 28, 2011.

"I'm here for Mubarak and ex-interior minster El-adly, ..." "The trial is slow, very slow, the trial is supposed to be done in 9-10 months, and this is my fifth time attending the trial..." "I have hope, much hope in God, because I had fought for Egypt before, and I'm afraid for Egypt." "I do not want any money, I want justice for the killer."

"The one who killed my son is an investigation officer, Wa'eel El-Kommy, from the police department in El-Raml, Alexandria, on January 28, 2011." Alex Butcher - What are you going to do if Mubarak is found innocent by the court?
"Innocence? How it could be? I will execute him in the square ...we will get him...all Egyptian People condemned him." "I want all people to live, but we must have our rights, the martyrs' rights, our sons who were killed, my son is my only male son, with four females, I wished for him from God, and he was killed by dogs....I came to Cairo from Alexandria and I will continue, I will not stop. I stopped working, I will not move from here."

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Mother Calls for Justice
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

January 10, 2012 - Cairo

Hassan Muhamed Ahmed's mother calls for justice outside of Mubarak's trial. 20-year-old Hassan Muhamed Ahmed was killed during the revolution in Alexandria. His mom says he took care of her and his sick brother .

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Martyr's Mother: They Are Acting, The...
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
10 Jan 2012

January 10, 2012 - Cairo

The mother of 26-year-old Hamdy Abd-Ela'aty Abd-Elmagied, who was shot on January 25, 2011, in Alexandria, protests Mubarak's trial for being a facade. This is her third time attending the trial.
She said, "I feel every thing is dark in front of me, I can't see anything because there is no justice. When Mubarak and his men are tried for what they did I will see the light, and I can say my son went to his God and it's OK."
She added, "There is no trial, they are acting."

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Preserving Old Cairo: One Egyptian's ...
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
11 Nov 2011

A short documentary about a resident of an historic building in Cairo, and his defiance toward authorities who would destroy it. Directed by Ahmed Salih

00:00-01:55
"This work is dedicated to my mother who taught me loving people and life." A sign referring to "Ahmed Maher Basha Street"
01:55-05:22
My name is Salah-ElDin Ali Mohamed, born in building no. 5 at El Karabeiah alley in Darb Ahmar. The building in which I live is a historical one, and considered one of the oldest in Fatimid Cairo. It was built before 1900 which makes it almost 120 years old. It is also considered an architectural piece of art built in Ottoman style, which is a 'rare' kind of architecture. The building is somehow luxurious in an aesthetic way but it was the most common feature in that kind of architecture at that time. It was built at a time when electricity and water were not as reachable as today, so they designed it in a way to allow sun-light to enter the house as long as possible; sun-light was used as 'normal' lighting system for the houses from dawn to dusk. Moreover, moon-light was also considered as a lighting system in the evenings, with an aesthetic view. The reason for the beautiful light rays that filled the houses whether day or night is the colored glass on the windows, which is a very natural element using sun-light and moon-light to create beautiful shadows. This building has many pioneers and it gets photographed all the time by tourists or Agha Khan Organization or organizations related to heritages. This building, in specific, is well-known worldwide. The government should care more about the value of this building and engineering students should come here and be given lectures about the art of architecture and study how it was built and how the walls come together that way. It is a 'rare' beautiful piece of art.
06:50-07:32
A place like Darb Ahmar should be a preserved touristic area in which only pedestrians are allowed to pass by; streets should be designed in a way related to the historical period, and thus it would be invested in tourism to become another source of income instead of destroying these historical buildings and losing our history in order to build a bigger building to gain more money.
08:29-10:33
This building has been sold to someone twenty years ago. Although I was born in this building, I do not know who built it. Twenty years ago, the heirs of that owner came to the building and sold it to someone who was living in the ground floor which I do not know much about; I only see people coming and going to the ground floor every now and then. Later on, I discovered that these people where trying to ruin the walls since such an old building needs years to be destroyed. One day, I heard great noise and I went down to see what was happening, and I saw a great part of the ceiling of the ground floor destroyed. However, the way it was done must have been based on some studies because tearing down the ceiling led to the damage of other two of the walls next to it. I wish to see this building like it used to be and I'm willing to tell the officials every story about the building. Only then would I be at peace.
10:48-11:41
My name is Omar Salah-ElDin, the son of Haj Salah. I was born and raised in Fatimid Cairo, and it's hard for anyone born and raised in such a place to live elsewhere. This area is the heritage of this country or rather the whole country. Egypt has always been filled with alleys, and that's what always characterized it. My father, my family and I are strongly attached to that building. My friends as well as I know the value of this place and since we were children we used to come here to study, so it's a great symbol to us. It is hard for us to leave this place because it is our history.

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Malala Interview with Rohit Gandhi in...
Mingora, Swat, Pakistan
By Rohit Gandhi
15 Jun 2011

In this sequel interview, Malala addresses peace in South Asia, which the Taliban are against. She also talks about engaging in politics because she feels politicians in Pakistan leave something to be desired.

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May 15th Ambulance Ride in Ramallah
Ramallah, Palestine
By ST McNeil
19 May 2011

Demonstrations and tear gas from within a Palestinian ambulance and a brief interview with EMS technician.

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Izbet Tabib avoids annexation, for now
Palestine
By ST McNeil
12 May 2011

Village mayor Bayoun Tabib and Popular Resistance Committee Musa Tabib describe their struggle to keep Israeli bulldozers, security gates and Wall from cutting off their ancestral land.

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Sneak Preview: Egyptian Hip Hop (TTM ...
Alexandria, Egypt
By Eli Eli Andrews
27 Apr 2011

Executive Producer Transterra Media and B Agence, Turkey. This is a sneak preview of an episode about Alexandria, Egypt, from a six-part series about Arabic language hip hop and youth culture in the Middle East. Directed by Essam Esmail, produced by Randa Aboeldahab.

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Holocaust Survivor's Experiences Conn...
Israel
By upheavalproductions
20 Apr 2011

Dr. Hajo Meyer is a Holocaust survivor and anti-Zionist activist. He has been conducting a speaking tour titled "Never Again For Anyone," sharing his experiences of surviving Auschwitz and his perceptions of Zionism and the Israeli occupation of Palestinian land.

This video is a selection of clips from an interview with Dr. Meyer on February 19, 2011 and discusses his views of the antagonistic relationship between Zionism and Judaism.

Produced by Upheaval Productions.

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Maya from WWGN interviews Sherif
Cairo, Egypt
By sherifaq
09 Mar 2011

It is an interview about the 25th of Jan Revolution that took place in Egypt. A reflection on what happened and what the future may still hold.

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Young activist talks about Egyptian Y...
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
04 Mar 2011

Nasser Al Sharif talks about his group, Free Egyptian, and their demands of the government.

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Interview protesters camping in Tahri...
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
04 Mar 2011

An interview with a protester about demands for the government by Friday the 4th of March or they will start another uprising.

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Intertview With Pro-Democracy Street ...
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
06 Feb 2011

Video by Kareem: A protester responds to the accusation that the protesters were trained by foreign governments and receiving money to demonstrate in Tahrir (this accusation was broadcast on Egyptian state television). The protester says that this is not true, explaining that if the democracy protesters were truly being paid to protest, the Pro-Mubarak thugs who showed up days after the protests began would have been there with them, supporting democracy from the beginning.