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Paul S. Graham: Video: Freedom Waves to Gaza

What is your course? Our course is the conscience of humanity.

What is your final destination? Our final destination is the betterment of mankind.

Nov. 4, 2011: David Heap, in the wheel house of The Tahrir, in radio contact with Israeli commandos who were preparing to forcibly board the boat.

On November 4, 2011, . . . → Read More: Paul S. Graham: Video: Freedom Waves to Gaza

World Headlines Review: Tahrir Square, June 28 Post-Script

Yesterday’s clashes in Tahrir square were covered here at WHR as breaking news.  A more complete picture of the context and extent of the situation has emerged.

As mentioned in the previous report, the protest began in Cairo as a peaceful demonstration and public mourning by the families of those who have died in the . . . → Read More: World Headlines Review: Tahrir Square, June 28 Post-Script

World Headlines Review: Tahrir Square: Tantawi picks up where Mubarak left off

Cairo’s Tahrir square is once again tonight the scene of ordinary people making extraordinary efforts to free themselves from the militarist rentier regime still in power since the fall of Hosni Mubarak in February.

Earlier today in Tahrir began a protest by families of “martyrs,” which in this case refers to those who’ve died at . . . → Read More: World Headlines Review: Tahrir Square: Tantawi picks up where Mubarak left off

World Headlines Review: Egypt Rejects IMF, Revolution Lurches Forward

by Jonathan Rashad

Egyptians have evaded a great pitfall in their quest for freedom, democracy and sovereignty in their rejection this week of loan proposals from the IMF.  Nations across the world, especially in Africa, have time and again during periods of turmoil been tempted into bailouts and loan deals with the IMF and . . . → Read More: World Headlines Review: Egypt Rejects IMF, Revolution Lurches Forward