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Published 2015-03-26 13:53:06| Sara Zaki & Noha Gad
The picture shows a Palestinian kid, one among the 10 children arrested on Wednesday, dragged by Israeli forces for interrogation by the Israeli intelligence in Etzion Military Camp. The picture shows how scary an innocent child can be for the occupation forces that they had to arrest them, to save the world from their evil! Dear Israeli forces, you can find fear in horror movies, not in a simple pure child! (Photo Source: International Solidarity Movement)
As Senator Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) announced on Monday that he is running for president, his Virginia audience cheered. He dropped applause line after applause line on some 10,000 students at Liberty University, which bills itself as the largest Christian university in the world. Cruz riffed, unimaginatively, on an “imagine” theme, asking the young audience to “imagine a president” who would repeal Obamacare and perform other feats. There was applause throughout. But one line prompted the students to erupt into a roaring, 30-second, standing ovation:
"1980 and above" (youth who were born in the 1980s) is a play, written and performed by a group of Egyptian youth, whose the eldest is 35 years old. A LE10 - ticket gives you a marvelous extraordinary potion of different feelings; happiness, sadness, nostalgia for old days, and hope. The play, by different sketches, shows life from youth's perception in Egypt, it presents their daily life satirically, criticizes the negative aspects of nowadays society in the light of the country’s political situation since 2011. Despite the humble and simple decorations, the young women and men’s performances were great! They make you feel extremely happy and then you find your heart deeply crying inside! The actors’ performance is so real to the extent that you feel that they are talking about you, they make you feel as if your life is presented in front of your eyes.
"We Will Not Pay" campaign called on residents of Al Ismalia, via the social network pages "Facebook", to organize a protest on Saturday night; objecting on cutting off electricity for long hours every day. Socialist Popular Alliance Party and youth of Kefaya Movement participate in the campaign. The campaign demands a stated schedule for the districts' consumption of electricity, also a stated schedule of the times and the periods of cutting off electricity, as it shouldn't suddenly cut off electricity. It also bearing the executive apparatus the responsibility of collecting rubbish, not the responsibility of citizens, and the details of the contracts with cleaning companies should be published. The campaign said the ongoing negligence of these demands will lead to not paying the bills of electricity and cleaning.