Posted by on April 21, 2011 in Blog

The popular uprisings for freedom and democracy that shook the political order of the Middle East have captivated the world’s attention, highlighting the ability of a new generation of young people to mobilize and foster real change in their societies. In recognition of their influence and contributions to the uprisings and revolutions, TIME Magazine has named a number of Arab activists, journalists and artists among its 100 most influential people of 2011. Check out their profiles:

Wael Ghonim: Spokesman for a Revolution

Fathi Terbil: Human-Rights Lawyer

El Général: Tunisian Rapper

Ayman Mohyeldin: Cairo Correspondent for Al Jazeera





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