The Arab Spring

In 2011, the world witnessed the longest spring ever. It started in Tunisia and swiped through the Arab World. Roses were growing with rights and freedom and the scent of democracy was in people’s houses, in the streets, in the air and everywhere for the first time in generations. People let go of their cloudy corrupt presidents, and they got back their glorious sparkling achievements racing to reach their golden warm dreams.

People revolted for their rights, dignity and freedom. They were determined to change their forced fate and reach what they wanted as their bright future. It started with random people with no propaganda or previous plans. Creativity in protest was born every second and no matter how many people were lost either forever or in prisons, citizens had endless courage and patience to continue their revolution.

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