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About A #British tourist revealed that she was raped in Sharm El sheikh by some hotel guard

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Last week Egypt made headlines once again as usual in a negative way. A British tourist revealed that she was raped in Sharm El sheikh by some hotel guard.
Amazingly we got a confession from the ministry of tourism that this was not the first case and it happened before !!!
At the same time the British press spoke about this scandal , our conspiracy theory media refuted the case.
TV host Naela Amara , who is a media university professor working in a TV channel supposedly owned by liberal advertising tycoon Tarek Nour described the rape of the British tourist as a "comedy".

Amara who always speaks about global western conspiracies said that the British tourist continued her trip easily and that the whole matter is simple !!?








Let's fight it properly , Let's start with the media
Last week Egypt made headlines once again as usual in a negative way. A British tourist revealed that she was raped in Sharm El sheikh by some hotel guard.
Amazingly we got a confession from the ministry of tourism that this was not the first case and it happened before !!!
At the same time the British press spoke about this scandal , our conspiracy theory media refuted the case.
TV host Naela Amara , who is a media university professor working in a TV channel supposedly owned by liberal advertising tycoon Tarek Nour described the rape of the British tourist as a "comedy".



Amara who always speaks about global western conspiracies said that the British tourist continued her trip easily and that the whole matter is simple !!?
Rape is simple now !! What is difference between someone like Amara and those conservative radical Islamists !? Nothing !!
This was just two weeks after the sexual harassment scandal in Cairo university by the way. Again the woman is here to be blamed.
How can we fight sexual harassment when our media and TV channels are blaming the victims and women !? If we want to fight sexual harassment then we must start with the media. From talk shows to films , ads and songs , we got a whole culture that should be stopped and changed.  Already I cannot ignore media assholes like Amara and Tamer Amin.
Ok I understand Amin is a stupid man with conservative misogynistic views , what about the educated university female professor working allegedly in so-called liberal TV channel ?! "Actually Qahera wel Nas is more of Fox News but without the conservative religious tough" 
I am not speaking about politics here but I am speaking about social norms and traditions that should be changed. It is so provoking.
Just watch that translated video of young boys in Cairo speaking about sexual harassment and you will know what I mean. It is frustrating.


Ironically at the same time Egyptian authorities were investigating the British tourist's case , we found out that prosecutor general of Egypt referred a policeman to criminal court in Ismailia for attempted rape of a Russian tourist in Sharm El Sheikh early March. We found also ministry of tourism revoking the license of two resorts "Hilton Sharks" and "Sharm Holiday" in Sharm El sheikh for the spread of sexual harassment there.



From what I see the ministry of tourism is just like any governmental institution in this country. It seems that we have a huge problem when it comes to sexual harassment in tourism sector but it only reacted after the disaster.
I do not need to say that this is just another big blow to tourism in Egypt.
Of course when we speak about rape here , we are speaking about a new level of sexual abuse.
Dear Shady Hussein directed and produced this video about sexual harassment in the Arab world, it was shot in Amman, Jordan. 
social media is fighting a war against sexual harassment where as mainstream media is enforcing sexual harassment.

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#Egypt back to dark ages

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Hey no we are going to start summer in Egypt so soon.
And we was have power  electric failure cross all Egypt, and when Muslims brother hood rolled Egypt and they lied about bulging new power st.. ..


And form 2012 till now 2014 it's just getting more worth every day


(According to Ahram ....  Japan to aid to Egypt  new electricity network) @BIG

UPDATE 

the new government said that problem will finish in 2018 and we have peen in this problem form 2011

Power of the people 

electricity blackouts: Ministry of Electricity


To Be Continues.................

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A look at what #Google and #governments don't want you to see. #USA

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GOOGLE EARTH
Since its debut, Google Earth has been a kind of a double-edged sword. It’s a stupefying modern marvel, more or less indispensable to those who use it.
Even a decade after its release, the idea that we have the ability to navigate just about any terrain in the whole world, places we’ll never even come close to personally seeing, is still jaw-dropping.
But by the same token, how much of ourselves do we want to be seen? And who's looking? It seems that some folks have been less than thrilled at suddenly being so accessible to the public.
Google Earth began blurring or pixelating certain locations upon request. It started with governments. When the site first launched in 2005, images of the White House and the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, DC were blurred. (They're not anymore, but the censored version has been replaced with outdated imagery.) 
Following suit, several countries have official contracts with Google to blur specific sites, among them India and Australia. Meanwhile, somewhat ingeniously, the government of Malaysia went the opposite route and realized that it would reveal its sensitive locations if they were visibly censored, so it chose to leave them unblurred.
But then things opened up a little. The owners of a house in Arkansas, that was photographed by Google Street View while it was on fire asked that the imagery be removed, and the request was granted less than a year later. In 2008, the city of North Oaks, Minnesota, requested that Google remove all imagery of its streets, because the land there is privately owned, and Google complied.
Today, anyone can file to have just about any location blurred, and plenty of people have had their requests honored by Google.
Some censored locations are private properties that are open to the public, like amusement parks or racetracks. Some are fast food joints. Some are governmental, such as nuclear facilities or airbases. Some are entire islands. Some are just regular people's houses, and some are both governmental and residential, like the Dutch royal palaces. 
Here are a few of the more compelling examples:
Marcoule Nuclear Site
Chusclan, France
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Via Atlas Obscura
An enormous atomic energy site in the south of France, Marcoule works with plutonium and uranium oxides and was the scene of an explosion in 2011. No real mystery as to why this one's censored.
Severnaya Zemlya
Russian Arctic
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Via Atlas Obscura
A reasonably large archipelago in the high Russian Arctic, comprising 14,000 square miles, Severnaya Zemlya was often not even included on maps until surveyor Boris Vilkitsky led an Arctic Ocean expedition in 1913–1915 to explore them. This despite the fact the archipelago was easily visible from the Siberian mainland.
The islands are named after elements of the Russian Revolution — Bolshevik Island, Komsomolets Island, and so on — although that may or may not be connected to their obscurity.
No one lives on Severnaya Zemlya, and the jury seems out on why the land is censored. But censored it is, in possibly one of the most severe and obviously intentional cases on Google Earth. Even if the northernmost island didn't look like it had been drawn freehand in MSPaint, that giant gray bar would definitely look to be hiding something. 
Volkel Airbase
Uden, Netherlands
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Via Atlas Obscura
 Here is another dramatic censoring. Belonging to the Royal Netherlands Air Force, Volkel Airbase has been rumored to have nukes stored within it since the 1960s, and this was finally confirmed by former Dutch prime minister Ruud Lubbers in 2013.
Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam (The Royal Palace of Amsterdam)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Via Atlas Obscura
 Several of the buildings related to the Dutch royal family — including the Koninklijk Paleis in Amsterdam, the family’s residence — are pixelated on Google Earth.
Huis ten Bosch as well as the royal stables have also been similarly inaccessible at times.
What's curious about the obscuring of Koninklijk Paleis is how someone sat and lovingly, carefully blurred out every single pixel along the border of the building's roof, rather than slapping a huge-gauge pixel-mask over the whole thing, as the Dutch seem wont to do. Seems... not very obscured.
Chekhov
Near Moscow, Russia
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Via Atlas Obscura
A city of 60,000 in the Moscow Oblast and the seat of the oblast's Chekhovsky District, Chekhov's roads are perfectly visible from Google Street View but, not so when you switch to the bird's eye view.
Zooming in doesn't help. No one seems to know why it's blurred — a satellite malfunction, or perhaps it was intentional. It's hard not to notice that the high resolution of the much smaller village of Chudinovo, only 5.5km to the east, stands in sharp contrast to the hazy layout of Chekhov.
Somewhat relatedly, it's rumored that the nearby Russian General Staff wartime command post, located underground, is connected to the Kremlin via an underground Russian Federal Security Service train, the Moscow Metro 2 line. Could that be a factor in not wanting the town to be visible by air? 
The Faroe Islands
Denmark/The North Atlantic Ocean
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Via Atlas Obscura
 A fair chunk of the islands in the autonomous archipelago-country of the Faroes are fuzzed out, including the old WWII military base on the island of Vágar.
However, it's possible that Google Earth just didn't bother zeroing in, because outside of the country's capitol — Tórshavn — there's not so much going on up there. You know, in the way of people.
Still, it seems like it'd be conscientious to at least get the borders sharpened out on the satellite view.
Gabčíkovo Power Plant
Gabčíkovo, Slovakia
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Via Atlas Obscura
 The switch yard of power plant near Gabcikovo in Slovakia is obscured for perhaps sensible reasons, but in an interesting way. It's a composite image of a grass field slapped over the yard, with patterns repeated. It blends in nicely until you really look.
Personeelsvereniging Tankwerkplaats
Amersfoort, Netherlands
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Via Atlas Obscura
 Personeelsvereniging Tankwerkplaats, a Dutch tank manufacturer near the city of Amersfoort, is also censored for rather assume-able reasons, and in the very fantastical Army-camouflage way that the Dutch are wont to use
Valencia City
Philippines
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Via Atlas Obscura
A large part of the Philippine city of Valencia is pixelated, even when zoomed-in on. It might be just an oversight on Google's part, except that Valencia, with a population of over 160,000, is pretty sizable— and is the largest city in the province of Bukidnon.
You'd think it would be hard to overlook.
Army Logistics Command Headquarters Building

Taiwan, China

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Via Atlas Obscura

 This military logistics headquarters in China is likely censored for obvious reasons. And also probably because it kind of looks like a scary Transformers face. 
2207 Seymour Avenue

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

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Via Atlas Obscura

 One of the saddest censored images on Google Earth is the former home of Ariel Castro, who kept three women imprisoned for more than a decade until their escape in May 2013.
The house itself was demolished three months later, but at the time of this writing, it remains visible on the aerial view and blurred on the Street View.
Colonel Sanders's Face, Every KFC
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Via Atlas Obscura

Lastly, and somewhat hilariously, Google Earth is prevented from showing the faces of real people, both living and dead. Colonel Sanders used to be one, which means that his smiling visage is blurred out on the logo of every one of the world's KFCs.


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#Facebook Creates Team to ‘Beam’ Internet Everywhere on Earth #spy #NSA #social_media

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Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company is launching a Connectivity Lab, a team of scientists tasked with bringing the Internet to remote places on the planet using new techniques, including beaming it down from the sky.
       
                           For better spying on us 





Zuckerberg said the team of about a dozen people includes scientists in the field of aeronautics and communications. Facebook has hired new employees from organizations like NASA, the National Optical Astronomy Observatory and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Facebook also said it hired five people from Ascenta, a UK-based company that developed the world’s longest-flying unmanned solar aircraft.
The Connectivity Lab is part of Zuckerberg’s previously announced Internet.orginitiative, which aims to bring connections to parts of the planet where the Web is unavailable. He said achieving that goal will mean inventing new technologies, and said the lab will work with drones, satellites and lasers.
Earlier this month, Facebook was in advanced talks to buy Titan, a New Mexico-based maker of solar-powered drones that might one day be able to beam the Internet down to the planet’s surface, allowing access in remote places on the planet.
A video posted on the Internet.org website Thursday shows an aerial view that looks as if it were taken from the cockpit on a plane.
A voiceover asks viewers to imagine when the entire planet gets the Internet. “It doesn’t get twice as good, it gets, like, a bazillion times as good,” it says. Then, a solar-powered plane appears in the bottom of the screen, evidently beaming the Internet down to what looks like a mountainous landscape.
The plan, according to a post on the Internet.org site, is to transmit an Internet connection by sending infrared light beams to the earth, using satellites for rural areas and solar powered aircraft for more suburban areas that lack Internet connections.
The Connectivity Lab, a completely in-house effort, stands in contrast to recent acquisitions Facebook has made. On Tuesday, the company said it had agreed to Acquire Oculus VR, a maker of virtual reality goggles, for $2 billion. And in February, it announced a $19 billion deal to acquire WhatsApp, a mobile messaging service.

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Happy Mother’s Day

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Happy Mother’s Day to all Egyptian and Arab mothers all over the globe celebrating this day today , even if it was late. 

Happy Mother Day to all the martyrs’ mothers from all parties who lost their children especially in last year because of a disgusting fight over power. Happy Mother Day to the Mothers of the detainees who are waiting for the return of their children back home safe. 
Happy Mother Day to all the fantastic women and mothers working hardly to provide their children a better life. 
Happy Mother Day to all mothers in the world. 

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