Added on 25/06/2012
Censorship , National Human Rights Commission , Oman , Omani Bloggers , Online community , Susan Mubarak
ALEXANDER MCNABB: The rule in this issue is that the freedom of individuals stops when the freedom of other individuals starts. But where is that dividing line?
Added on 20/06/2012
Susan Al Shahri
Human Rights Watch , Oman , Omani Bloggers , Online community , public prosecutor , Social Media , Syria , Twitter
SUSAN AL SHAHRI: A number of individuals have been arrested but it’s not clear what they’ve done and what the boundaries actually are.
Added on 21/03/2012
Common Ground News Service
Facebook , Journalism , Libya , Media outlets , Middle East , Online community , Tripoli , YouTube
CGNEWS: Three young Libyans have used their new found freedom to set up a radio station to discuss issues formerly off-limits.
Added on 07/08/2011
Bahrain , Dubai , Facebook , Google+ , Iftar , London , Middle East , Online community , Ramadan , Satellite TV , Saudi Arabia , search results , United Arab Emirates , United Kingdom
MICH CAFE: No-one seems to know how it has happened but a modest, cordial drink from a small village in England is a firm Ramadan favourite.
Added on 28/06/2011
Abdullah , Bakhit government , Dead Sea , Jordan , Online community , Prime Minister , Taliban
NASEEM TARAWNAH: On and on it goes with no end in sight. Some are calling it a ‘test of democracy’. Really? There are a lot more pressing issues facing the Jordanian people.
Added on 20/01/2011
Censorship , Europe , Facebook , Internet , Middle East , Online activism , Online community , President , Saudi Ministry of Culture and Information , Social Media , Tunisia , Wikileaks , YouTube
EMAN AL-NAFJAN: Leaders throughout the Arab World are suspicious of new media. Their citizens are using tools not simply to communicate concerns, but campaign for change.