Friday, February 4

Egypt: a prayer for the protesters










Tomorrow those young people will be at the Tahir Square, Cairo, as well as at other places. I talked to some Egyptians and they...
I don't have energy to write about it now. I will pray for the protesters. Whenever a revolution doesn't succeed humankind is affected. We are all affected when people express their views and are treated this way.
Update: September,1
Please read this post if you're interested in understanding the Arab Spring and the Egyptian revolution.

8 comments:

FishHawk said...

"Hella Heaven" has been included in this weeks Sites To See. I hope you like the image I featured, and I hope this helps to attract many new visitors here.

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Ana said...

Thank you FishHawk!
I'm honoured to be in among so many good bloggers.
Congratulations on your work.
Ana

Balqis said...

This is a very thoughtful post. We, on other parts of the world, feel the pain that's going on in Egypt.

Let's pray in our own way that there won't be much bloodshed and peace be restored.

Ana said...

Fortunately things are going fine till now.
"The top leaders of the governing National Democratic Party have resigned..."
:)

scotstyle said...

US Artists erect giant Dove sculpture in Tahrir Square



Our Augmented Reality 3d model now available in Tahrir Square in Cairo, accompanied by the text,

“It is from your peace of mind that a peaceful perception of the world arises.”

Dove of Peace, virtual 3d sculpture for peace


Augmented reality (AR) is a term for a live direct or indirect view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input, such as sound or graphics.

You may have seen AR in use to show the lines on the field of a football game or in the terminator movies when the naked terminator is looking for clothing and gets information on the screen about what he is looking at.


http://scotstyle.wordpress.com/2011/02/07/us-artists-erect-giant-dove-sculpture-in-tahrir-square/

We put this up last week and I am surprised at the lack of comments. I really thought it was a unique and exciting mix of social art and technology.

I am glad to see other artists reacting to the world around them.

Ana said...

I visited your site but the names of the US artists are not there.
I would like to now who were involved in this project.
Googling also don't give any answer.
It looks like spam this way.

Sowa Mai's dog said...

the need for anonymity while not always readily apparent in the west is becoming more of necessity in the modern world. Aequitas anonymity is born of the freedom to collaborate without restrictions.

thanks for your comments

I still find it baffling that there is not more conversation on the possibilities of the medium or even the nonpartisan message.

chudexs said...

the spirit of my brother in Egypt,
you can certainly change all that much better,
with lower head of state who is very selfish and not thinking
about what society needed. It also represents the world that Islamic
countries are not countries but they are a country at random
contained people who always want the good of the world and the hereafter.