Nadim Fetaih

In Tahrir, the beginning and end of a Pharaoh

by Nadim Fetaih on December 3, 2012

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Egypt’s revolutionaries are back in Tahrir, and this time they are there to finish what they started: to topple the Pharaoh and institute real democracy.

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Post image for Living Utopia: a hopeful lesson from anarchist Catalonia

This documentary on the social revolution in Barcelona rekindles the flames of hope: another world is possible. In fact, it already existed before.

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Post image for Je me souviens: I’ll remember the Quebec student strike

I will remember all that happened here; I will remember what we are capable of; I will learn from past mistakes; and I will push for a better future.

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A Tale of Two Revolutions: a documentary on Egypt

by Nadim Fetaih on August 18, 2012

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To finish his film on the Egyptian revolution, and how it inspired a global youth uprising from Madrid and Athens to New York, Nadim needs your help.

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O, Canada, we stand on guard for thee!

by Nadim Fetaih on August 4, 2012

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They said that it had fizzled out. They said it was over. They said a lot of things. But one thing is clear: here in Montreal, the fight is far from over.

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Could the public suicide of a 77-year-old pensioner in Athens trigger a popular uprising in Greece, just like Bouazizi’s suicide sparked the Arab Spring?

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As Edmund Burke once wrote, “all that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.” It is time for Canada to shed the shackles of apathy and rise.

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Post image for El Thawra lissa fil Tahrir! The Revolution is still in Tahrir!

What began on January 25, 2011, and was said to have ended 18 days later, was in truth only just the beginning. Egypt will have its freedom.

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Post image for Call to action: global ‘die-in’ at US and Egyptian embassies

As Egypt commemorates its ongoing revolution, the US keeps providing the military regime with its tools of oppression. Let’s take a stand.

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Throughout history, art has been the heart and blood of society. Let’s reclaim it to break the illusion of the consumerist prison within which we find ourselves.

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