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unnamed1Cairo: 17 December 2013

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) today, December 16, released the fifth issues of “Wasla” newspaper. It tackles the writings of bloggers as well as comments and tweets of online activists concerning the situation in Egyptian and the Arab world.

The fifth issue entitled “What did the former “Yes” do? in reference to the referendum on the draft constitution that was amended by the 50-member committee. Several political movements call on Egyptian people to vote “yes”. It is also included many tweets pertain to issues on the political arena.

The following are some tweets included in the issue:

– Dispersal of Tahrir sit-in….already happened in a parallel universe

-A crime that Morsi and MB will not be punished for

– Transitional justice

– Free Ahmed Mandor, and why it is essentinal to know he is not “Ekhwan”(MB member).

– Freedom of choice and cognitive dissonance

– Restriction should be broken

– The Generals’ photos between the palace and museum of torture

– A drop in a bucket of memories of the hardest day I ever had in my life

Furthermore, the newspaper has tweets of activists and bloggers on both social networking sites of Twitter and Facebook, besides some comments on the news by the Internet users.

The issue has artistic and creative work that had been posted on the Internet by bloggers, comprising some tweets in English language.

ANHRI will start to distribute the newspaper today. Also, the issues are available in the headquarters of ANHRI in Downtown for those who want to get it.

You can check out the issues by “pdf” on Wasla site: Wasla