ANHRI announced today the release of issue no.29 of Wasla newspaper under the main title “Justice is the basis”, the back cover has the picture of Mohamed Mohsen, the martyr of Al-Abbaseya. In continuation for the campaign entitled “Remember to Remember Me” that began the last issue, aiming at reminding everyone of the martyrs who died for freedom. The main blog topic of the editorial team is entitled ” The Pharaoh’s nightmares in the cage: the first victory of imagination”, in which the editor speaks about Mubarak, the bureaucratic employee who ended up to be a dictator who doesn’t listen, comprehend or dream, so that Egypt becomes in his time “Running in Place” nation for 30 years. The editor then mentions the scene of Mubarak behind the bars and its beyonds and affects in the future. The editor ended his blog predicting the future.
“Despite the permanent vacillation of the Military Council between the newly created bias for the revolution and the loyalty to the old regime, the situation is not disturbing at all. Following years to come, our streets will be full of a generation whose consciousness is developed upon a revolution of millions chanting in the streets seeking justice and freedom. Hence, priests, elderly or the shallow minded people will not be able to stop their dreat, whilst the dictator sees his first nightmare in the dock now” said the editor.
In addition to all above, the issue contains several blog topics written by Arab bloggers including:
You will see:
– Pharaoh’s trial on the death bed
– Session is over
– The trial of Mubarak and his assistants “a lesson, a vision, and a future”
– Three tactics to restore the revolution
– Our Ramadan is exactly like yours
– Mind the blood in your hand, Ruwaini
– Ruwaini, Um Mohammed Faroq and Um Mohamed
– What happened in Tahrir sit-in
– Revolutionary Puzzles
– Lift your head up .. You are Eisawy
– Mission of toppling the regime is completed.. what’s next?
The issue No. 29 of Wasla also includes several paintings, photos and designs by Arab bloggers in addition to a number of blog topics in English, as well as some tweets by Arab bloggers on Twitter.
ANHRI will start today to distribute the issue No. 29 of Wasla newspaper. For people interested in the newspaper, they are welcome to get a printed copy from the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information headquarters downtown or an electronic copy in “pdf.” format under the newspaper section on the following link in ANHRI website: http://wasla.anhri.net