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đŸ„Creo que merece la pena dedicar unos tuits en español a explicar lo que pasa en Egipto (abro hilo).
Ayer, despuĂ©s de años de represiĂłn los egipcios (en pequeño nĂșmero) se echaron de nuevo a la calle.
Las protestas fueron convocadas por un actor/contratista autoexiliado en BCN que acusa al presidente Sisi, el Ejército y Gobierno de corrupción y a Sisi de beneficiarse personalmente, acometer proyectos millonarios y construir palacios mientras su pueblo pasa hambre.
Por qué las acusaciones de Ali han encontrado audiencia?
Primero: 1/3 de los egipcios viven por debajo del umbral de la pobreza (menos de $1 al dĂ­a).
En 2015 se devaluó la libra egipcia q cotiza €1-18LE La inflacción llegó a máximos de casi el 30% aunque ahora es + estable.
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#Breaking: Just in - Small protests happening all over #Egypt right now to oust President Abdel Fattah el-#Sisi and his entire regime and call for a Revolution 2.0.
#Update: Just in - Here is a video of protestors gathering in #Cairo in #Egypt, to try and oust President Abdel Fattah el-#Sisi and his entire regime, as protests are happening and gathering all over the country right now.
#Update: Another video of big crowds of protestors gathering in #Egypt right now, demanding the ousting of President Abdel Fattah el-#Sisi and his entire regime and call for a new revolution in the country.
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The biggest mistake,IMHO, being made in analytical circles, with respect to misunderstanding the prospect of a confrontation in Egypt,is a resolute focus on the economy as the sole igniter.There are multi variables at play and while economy ranks high, social dimensions
Play as supreme rule and a highly under represented one in deconstructive discourse thus far. We are faced with a totalitarian system which excels at pummeling the soul on daily basis with pellets of injustice. While, thus far, fear has begotten silence that will not remain
The case. No one can know 1 that proverbial dam will break but, history, rationale, and realpolitik all say that it will. #Sisi and his deep state know this. He built the new capital, a governmental fortress outside the city for that reason, placed sons in high places bec he
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#Libia 2 (la vendetta)

Gomez: ‘Salvini non Ăš fascista, semmai Ăš come Berlusconi. La Libia puĂČ fargli perdere elezioni’. Botta e risposta con Giannini

#Libia, acqua sporca e civili in fuga dalla guerra: #Oms teme epidemie

#Libia, quasi 10mila sfollati da inizio scontri. Calma a #Tripoli

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Glad #Saudi troll farms & their connection to Saudi regime have been studied. I’ve experienced plenty attacks for my writing on women’s issues in #Saudi & my opposition to #Yemen war: 1 of most coordinated came after #Jamalkhashoggi shared 1 of my articles

In February, #JamalKhashoggi kindly shared the Arabic version of an oped I wrote for Washington Post about #MosqueMeToo which I started for Muslim women to talk about sexual harassment and assault in Sacred spaces, including Hajj in Makkah, #Saudi Arabia
Immediately after Jamal shared my column, i was inundated with one of the worst and most coordinated attacks by #Saudi regime trolls I have ever experienced. For days. It was a window into how much shit he and other Saudis who are critical got and continue to get.
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C'est bon, le match est fini, et vous allez tous aller Ă©couter des groupes de qualitĂ© diverse Ă  la fĂȘte de la musique.
Alignement de planĂštes: je vais vous parler d'un truc un peu chiant qui intĂ©ressera peut-ĂȘtre 10 personnes ici, mais tant pis.
Alors, pour changer un peu, aujourd’hui on va parler de l’ennemi.
* Musique dramatique*
De l’ennemi en tant qu’objet de rĂ©flexion tactique militaire.
*La musique dramatique s’interrompt brusquement*
Eh oui.
Pourquoi c’est important, l’ennemi ? Parce que c’est le cƓur de tout le systĂšme de pensĂ©e, et donc de planification, des militaires. C’est le point central de la conception d’une manƓuvre et de l’accomplissement d’une mission.
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En principe, Horace de Vere Cole est supposĂ© avoir Ă©tĂ© un poĂšte anglo-irlandais mais personne ne se souvient de ses vers. Ce n’est pas qu’ils Ă©taient mauvais ; c’est plutĂŽt que Cole a produit quelques Ɠuvres bien plus mĂ©morables : ses canulars. #Thread
Son premier fait d’arme remarquable remonte Ă  ses annĂ©es d’études au Trinity College de Cambridge. Avec Adrian Stephen, son complice de toujours, ils avaient appris qu’Ali bin Hamud, le Sultan de Zanzibar, Ă©tait en visite officielle Ă  Londres.
Et lĂ , dans l’esprit de ces deux loustics, Ă©merge une idĂ©e totalement farfelue : ils vont se faire passer pour le Sultan et son oncle qui font du tourisme Ă  Cambridge.
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