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'Ayya Watan” group, a Lebanese version of Facebook revolutions
 
 
 
 
 
 
07-03-2011
 
Social networking mainly Facebook play a significant role in nurturing revolutions currently sweeping the Arab world and have proved to be successful in Egypt and Tunisia after it helped protesters achieve their aims to topple regimes of both countries.

Facebook is gradually expanding as it has turned into a 'live broadcast” of events and has facilitated communication among protestors, thus breaking the traditional control of journalism resulting in a sophisticated form of media weapons.

Similarly, supporters of March 14 alliance are investing this means to re-spark the Cedar Revolution. A number of Facebook pages and comments are laden with comments rejecting language of weapons, policy of hegemony and bullying, while raising slogans long committed to since 2005 mainly President Saad Hariri's latest statement rejecting illegitimate weapons saying 'No its is not working.”

The page marks a number of comments having the same target rejecting domination of weapons.

The Cedar revolution was the forerunner in spreading culture of civil and peaceful demonstrations when crowds rushed to martyr square in 2005 demanding freedom and national unity in addition to the truth behind the assassination crime of martyr PM Rafic Hariri .

Today these same supporters want to complete what they started in 2005. They initiated a Facebook page to express their points of view and renew commitment to justice.

Ayya Watan is a Facebook group urging its supporters to participate massively on March 14, 2011 to revive the Independence uprising.

The group is a culmination of youth efforts who believe in the principles and constants of March 14, where everyone can debate, comment and invite friends to participate in that group away from intimidation of black shirts or bullying.

Anyone who wishes to join the group can access through the following link:
http://www.ayyawattan.com/ (blog))
http://www.facebook.com/ayyawatan
http://twitter.com/#!/aywatan (Twitter))
http://www.youtube.com/user/aywatan (Youtube))
 
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