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The political movements of Egypt, such as Kefaya and the Muslim Brotherhood, are possible exceptions to this trend, as with them we see evidence of online groups coalescing around distinct political and religious ideas. This may be a sign of the Egyptian blogosphere’s complexity, and we would expect to see this elsewhere as Arabic online publics grow. The case of the Muslim Brotherhood is especially interesting. While they are not permitted to openly organize offline, many in the Muslim Brotherhood have taken their ideas to the blogosphere.
Clashes between Shi’a groups and Saudi religious police erupted because of this incident. Shi’as claimed that the riot police were heavy-handed in dealing with the women and the other Shi’a protesters. In the foreground, youth allegedly ‘stealing soil’ from graves. Baha’i 8. v=Vn-iT70e8bU Title: Baha'is (Baha'is Houses Burning) 45 Mapping the Arabic Blogosphere: Politics, Culture, and Dissent Summary: This short video shows five Baha’i houses that were set on fire in April 2009, in a small island called Shuraneyah in Sohag governate in Upper Egypt.
From Satellite Television to the Internet in the Arab World,” The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Policy Paper #48, 1998. 38 Mapping the Arabic Blogosphere: Politics, Culture, and Dissent media outlets are far less successful among Arabic bloggers than regional efforts and the BBC, with Radio Sawa ranked at #507 and Al Hurra at #2,871. net is a bi-lingual (English and Arabic) site featuring Islam-related international news and information, including applying Sharia in contemporary life, relations with other non-Muslim faiths, etc.