A digital revolution in Egypt and beyond

England, Phil
May 2011
New Internationalist;May2011, Issue 442, p56
The article discusses the use of digital technology by Egyptian citizen journalist Gigi Ibrahim in the political revolution in Egypt in 2011. The author highlights Ibrahim's involvement in protests and updates on the social media platform Twitter. Ibrahim's perspectives on several aspects of the revolution are presented, including the tactics of the Egyptian military, the formation of the Democratic Labour Party, and the resignation of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.


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