Posts Tagged ‘protests’

The Happy Yemen

By Hesham Hussain Imagine this. You’re sitting at home, watching your favorite TV show. Suddenly the power is cut off!  The electricity of the one square mile neighborhood is down. Even though you are tired, you decide to leave the house and go out with some friends. You get ready, and now as you are […]

Libyan Protesters Remain Steadfast

By Aisha Ibrahim The online world was abuzz after the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Working off the momentum of their Tunisian and Egyptian neighbors, Libyan youth declared February 17 as the Day of Anger. The protests in Libya began in Benghazi, the second largest city in Libya. As a country where it is […]

Message from Cairo – Imam Suhaib Webb

BismilLah al-Rahman al-Raheem | In the name of God, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful. Dear brothers and sisters in humanity, I write to you from the honorable city of Cairo. Cairo is a city where, from one block to another, you will encounter thousands of years of history. The city is now witnessing another historic […]