I'm a 28-year-old guy from Germany who feels that we can do many things to help and support our brothers and sisters in Libya, who are fighting for their freedom, who are fighting to survive, who are fighting for the future of their children. Help spread the word. If you care, do what you can. (This text was written before the imposition of the no-fly zone).
At the moment you'll find here mainly posts on Libya, but I also post about the uprisings in other countries from time to time.
IFollow me on twitter: @PeecefulWarrior
sulia.com/channel/libya gives you a quick idea of the most important things Libyans send out to the world via twitter while journalist still can't enter many area of the country
Other tumblr blogs that focus on the events in Libya:
- HECK YEAH, LIBYAN REVOLUTION!
- Free Libya
Blogs I recommend for their coverage on the protests in Africa and the Middle East:
Call to all bloggers around the world from Libyan-American rapper Khaled M.:
Live Coverage on Libya:
- BBC World Radio Livestream
- Aljazeera English Livestream
- Aljazeera Live Blog on Libya
- LibyaFeb17.com with images, videos
and eyewitness acounts from within Libya
Music video with powerful lyrics and footage from the protests in Libya (pixelated yet still graphic to some degree):
Very important Aljazeera documentary about the backgrounds, the beginning and the brutal police violence of Bahrainian protests:
Demonstration in front of the US embassy in Bahrain's capital Manama (I hold this video very dear):