Internet activists


Muslim Brotherhood Youth Launch

A group of young Muslim Brotherhood members launched an entertainment page on the social networking site Facebook titled Ikhwan Cinema, rocketing to almost 9000 fans, and intending to relay the

Activists Turn to FB to Advocate Democracy

Activists on the social networking site, Facebook have launched a page titled “One Million signatures for Elections first”.

UN Report Describes Internet Access as Human Right

Describing the internet as an indispensable tool for realizing a range of human rights, combating inequality, and accelerating development and human progress, Frank La rue presented a report to the

Activists Launching an E-Campaign for Dissolving the State Security Services

A group of activists launched a campaign on “Facebook” to dissolve the State Security Services called “The National Campaign to Abolish the State Security Services”.

Gaddafi’s son: Libya is at a crossroads and everybody wants a piece

In a televised statement on State TV Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of Libyan leader addressed the people stating that the region is experiencing an earthquake, a storm adding that

Save The Libyans From the Savage Dictator

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information today said that news coming from Libya reveal that the number of victims of protests demanding democracy in Benghazi alone has reached about

Libyan dictator warns use of Facebook

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information today expressed surprise and resentment at the continuation of Libyan dictator resorting to practices that need psychological treatment , the latest of which

Expatriate Egyptians announce participation on Jan 25th Rage Day

Calls for the Day of Rage on January 25, 2011 increased 6 days before the date. Protesters called on the Egyptians Abroad to protest in front of the embassies. 45,000

Activists launch page on FB condemning MB arrests in Egypt

A number of activists launched a new page on the social networking site Facebook in solidarity with the 70 Muslim Brotherhood members arrested in Alexandria at dawn Tuesday.

Evidence of Egyptian Security Monitoring Activists on The Social Network, Facebook

Egyptian Security Forces set up a new section to track political activists on Facebook and to limit the number of groups against President Mubarak, his son and the ruling party