Heart beating for Egypt, listening/watching to Narcy spit it like blood flow, over a landscape of our beautiful people.
Masr, Ta7rir, Jan.25, 1year.
Download free over at soundcloud
Going out to my loves. Oh so blessed. youshkor allah.
(sent to me by istaz abou H)
akh ya amar…
(via Suheir Hammad)
Inspired by ‘Where the hell is Matt?’, Ehab dances dabkeh in 18 cities and locations in Palestine during the summer of 2011. Needless to say, if this was a battle, Ehab’s got my vote.
Shortfuse Film and Ramcess Funk L’Hamourabi take us down to the contradiction that is Beirut.
Produced by Jihad El Khoury/Shortfuse Film
Prodcution Design Hisham Younes/Sara Maali
D.O.P. Elsie Haddad
Directed by Tony h. Khoury
(via Omar Offendum)
Loving this right here.
Angry Arab had this to say about the ‘Touffar Movement’:
There is a movement that needs to be covered more in the press. It is the Tuffar movement in the Ba`albak region. Some overage of the movement suffers from prejudices and from stereotypes about them as criminals and drug dealers. Even an article in Al-Akhbar a few months ago did not deviate from that norm. Tafar is being very poor, or penniless. Tuffar characterizes a movement associated with the Ja`far clan in Ba`albak and champions the poor and neglected in the region. It is Shi`ite but not with Hizbullah and not with the Amal movement, the two Shi`ite political groupings in the region. Many in Lebanon blame (often unfairly) the car theft and drug dealings on Tuffar. Tuffar is a lawless movement that champions rebellion against the government, and is more political than often assumes.