The media team at the Revolutionary Socialists has launched a new Twitter account @EgyStrikes, where updates on the industrial actions in Arabic will be provided, via mainstream media reports as well as reports from our activists on the ground. Please follow us and circulate our account among your friends.
Graffiti in Qasr el-Aini Street…
Britain threatens to shut down social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter, or banning suspected “rioters” from using them. In New York, the “NYPD has formed a new unit to track troublemakers who announce plans or brag about their crimes on Twitter, MySpace and Facebook.” While in California…
A rail transit provider in the United States disabled mobile phone services to prevent a planned protest on Thursday, attracting criticism and unflattering comparisons to crackdowns on dissent in the Middle East.
Demonstrators in northern California’s Bay Area had planned a protest to condemn the shooting death of Charles Hill, who was killed on July 3 after Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) police officers responded to complaints about a drunk man at a station in the city of San Francisco.
Mubarak and Adly are indeed an inspiration to their counterparts in the West.
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