On the Arab Street, Rage Is Contagious

February 2011
Time International (Asia Edition);2/7/2011, Vol. 177 Issue 5, p24
The article features the revolt in the streets of Cairo, Egypt that began on January 25, 2011. It explores the role of the social media, Facebook and Twitter, in bringing the people to participate in the rebellion to allegedly denounce the 29-year rule of President Hosni Mubarak. It also discusses the implication of the revolution in regimes in the Middle East.


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