Free The People Of Djibouti From The York Of The Brutal Dictatorship By Suleiman Egeh
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“The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall.” Che Guevara
“Nothing is more precious than independence and liberty”. Ho Chi Minh
As I am writing this piece things are getting out of control in Djibouti. As the people of Djibouti were demonstrating against the rigging of the recent elections in which the opposition won. The dictator as dictators usually do unleashed his instruments of terror and torture on the peacefully demonstrating people. This is the beginning of the end of the peoples’ revolution ( Intifada). We are in solidarity with the people of Djibouti in their difficult times. We are saying keep the peaceful rallies or demonstrations you will eventually win. The struggle for democracy and freedom will survive. In Djibouti the two opposition leaders
Dr. Abdulrahman barkhad and Shiekh Abdulrahman Bashir were severely beaten, and in jail. The real struggle for the liberation of Djibouti has begun. Thousands of people were beaten by police and put in jail. Hell went lose in Djibouti on the 25th of February, 2011. Let us pray and support the freedom loving people of Djibouti.
The current on going global democratic process has started in Tunisia in mid-December 2010 and has already led to the overthrow of four long time dictators. The revolution ousted Mubarak, Zhine Al-Abidin Bin Ali, Qadaffi, Ali Saleh. There is ongoing bloody revolution in Syria, and dictator over there Bashar Al-Assad is still clinging to power.
Down with the dictatorship