Does Social Media Set "New World Order" in Building Revolutions Throughout the Middle East?

Author : jihnymesaay
Publish Date : 2021-04-17 08:22:37
Does Social Media Set "New World Order" in Building Revolutions Throughout the Middle East?

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.



Article Source: http://

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.

While the uprising started in Tunisia requesting from a long dictator to step down, Egypt is following suite of the recent Tunisian's Jasmine Revolution seeking reform, freedom, and respect by using social media to organize, communicate, and express their feelings not only to the world, but to say to their dictators "this is the end of your rule, and now is our time to make the change weather you like it or not".

The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook, and social media are behind the driving force of the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen where the role of social media has proven a new world order in digital social communications to bring down totalitarian regimes all over the Middle East. Non-stop-able young embryonic youth, the educated elite of the Arab world are speaking out seeking freedom. Yes, freedom is a high commodity especially in the Arab world where no real democracies exists, yet decades of totalitarian regimes that took the power of their people and turned them into modern slaves. Moreover, the blocked elite of Egypt are speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that stole their dignities by keeping them away from engaging in decision making, take responsibilities of their future are now fighting for their pride in setting the road map to gain freedom, the right to speak out, needless to say, gain respect by re-writing history that makes them proud citizens of their forced change to set a better example not only to Egypt, but to other dictators in the Middle East and the world. Now, social media set fear in dictatorships throughout the Arab world where Egypt's dictatorships shut down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on the young youth to stop their uprising, but that not only turned against the totalitarian regime, instead, it sparked more anger and gave the youth more reason not to give up that easily, yet embrace the fight for freedom to the end while Mr. Mubarak is witnessing his last moments of the 30 years old rule.

Going social in the digital world is building a new world order by driving change and bringing down dictators at least in the Arab world. The young blocked elite of Egypt are seeking change from regime reform, free elections, and the ability to choose their own leaders, to requesting their basic civil rights to be heard and respected; yet achieving it is even more challenging when chaos takes over in the streets and sets a whole new ball game. Social media is playing a vital role to make change possible and give these young rebels a tool that it was unprecedented before having the ability to bring down dictators and set a new world order in social digital communications.

Important facts about Egypt according to CIA FactBook's latest figures: 2010

Population: 80 Million

Median age: 24 years

GDP: Approximately $216.8 billion (2009)

Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year-PPP 2010)

Unemployment: 9.7% (est.)

Poverty: 40%

Strategic interests to the world:

 

  • Israeli/Egyptian Peace Treaty signed in 1979.
  • It is estimated that 10 percent of the global crude oil demand passes through the Suez Canal.
  • The biggest population in the Middle East
  • Egypt receives nearly $2-$3 billion in aid per year from the United States.
  • Egypt holds ancient treasures and artifacts.
  • The Pyramids are one of the top wonders of the world.
  • A global destination for tourists making it one of the top tourist markets in the world.
https://www.nace.org/network/members/profile?UserKey=aaed8747-481f-4dc4-a672-772732432e6f
https://www.nace.org/network/members/profile?UserKey=f5b1ad61-0756-403a-94a6-e9ffc418ea6d
https://www.nace.org/network/members/profile?UserKey=b6fc56be-1dd7-4e1c-a53e-fdbdc334b931
https://www.nace.org/network/members/profile?UserKey=ed485ae0-c898-4f24-842a-032358b09dd2
https://www.nace.org/network/members/profile?UserKey=ae38cdec-94b4-42ce-91e9-14e25991d382



Category : entertainment

The H1 Alpha was definitely the ultimate gas-guzzling off-road machine.

The H1 Alpha was definitely the ultimate gas-guzzling off-road machine.

- Professor Eddie Glaude shares story of losing close friend to Covid IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site