The Arab Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) today, 1 January 2014, released issue No. 6 of the second publication of “Wasla” newspaper. The issue includes some writings of bloggers along with comments of online activists that pertain to the current situation in Egypt and the Arab world.
The 6thissue, which is entitled “A family is made by life”, tackles a number of tweets that discuss Egyptian and Arab affairs; particularly the case of political activist “Alaa Abdel Fattah” who is standing trial over a charge of calling for demonstration under the new protest law.
The following are some tweets included in the issue:
– My family is made by life
– Why Alaa Abdel Fattah?
– A statement about my intent to turn myself in to prosecution next Saturday: a charge that I don’t deny and an honor that I don’t claim
– 100 days on the massacre
– About “Abu Zabal” massacre I talk… Zaki Badr is back.
– Three dilemmas
– Mandela is not Gandhi
– The conflict over history
– Were El-Sahaba (the Companions) committed to the texts?
– About the Cabinet and your feeling when you reluctantly say “Yes I said I love Tantawi”
– Al-Ahly is a master at records… yes, to be Ahlawi (a fan of Al-Ahly club) is a blessing
– “Rabaa”, Abdel Zaher and Abu Terika…. political signs in football playgrounds
– My country is between bullets and joy
– Nour Al-Din Ayosh’s experience in non-formal education
Additionally, this issue has some comments on news by Internet users, a number of tweets and posts on social networking websites, some tweets in English language, and the new year calendar.
It has some artistic and creative work that had been posted on the Internet by bloggers.