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Portrait of a free rapper in prison
Mohamed Khadhiri   
Portrait of a free rapper in prison | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Moroccan rapper Haqed, literally meaning “spiteful” is rotting in prison where he has been detained for months. The 20th February Movement states that the singer was jailed for political reasons.
 
25th January 2012
25th January 2012 | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIstico Battistoni gives us an interesting review of the state of the Egyptian revolution one year later, of its regional significance and the important role played by civil society in the current context of democratic developments and regressions.
 
Algeria. Don’t touch my wall
Nassim Brahimi   
Algeria. Don’t touch my wall | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Algerian vitality on “Facebook” is symptomatic of the need to make up for the failure of artistic and cultural space in echoing the Arab revolutions.
 
A model of oppression?
A model of oppression? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanArrest of tens of journalists raises the question: Can a Turkey devoid of freedom of expression really be a model for the Middle East?
 
Egypyt, democracy tests
Egypyt, democracy tests | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAn assessment of the recent Egyptian elections for the Chamber of deputies by an international observer.
 
Lebanese and Arab Dictatorships: Secterianism is the Law!
 Lebanese and Arab Dictatorships: Secterianism is the Law! | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanBorrowing the slogan “The people want…” from the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions, the young Lebanese started their campaign to bring sectarianism down.
 
Harassmap, the pink mafia
Harassmap, the pink mafia | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanLaunched in December 2010, HarassMap was founded by Rebecca Chiao, a human rights activist, and Engy Ghozlan, an Egyptian activist, equally engaged in women’s rights. Thanks to a very adaptable technology, victims of harassment are enabled to report on incidents through simply sending an SMS to HarassMap (0169870900).
 
Immolation in Algeria, how far can the fire go?
Ghania Khelifi   
Immolation in Algeria, how far can the fire go? | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanTaking to the streets is no longer sufficient to bring the increasingly autistic people in power to reason. However, psychologists believe that protest is not enough to explain the phenomenon and they recall that the trauma suffered during the terrorist violence decade, massacres and rapes are engraved in collective consciousness.
 
Imperfect voices come together to convey one genuine message
L.S.   
Imperfect voices come together to convey one genuine message  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAlong with the infamous reputation of the "Jordanian frown", Jordanians have been long described as people who "bear never-ending complaints". Ironically, the "The People's Choir" has capitalized on that specific ability to complain.
 
Spring in October
Spring in October | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe uprising of the 5th October 1988 in Algeria was the most significant event since the independence in 1962. Yet no political responsibility has been assumed so far.
 

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