Since the uprising began in Tunisia and called on the longtime dictator to resign, Egypt has followed the example of Tunisia’s recent Jasmine Revolution in search of reform, freedom and respect, using social media to organize, communicate and express its feelings, not just for the world. but to tell your dictators, “This is the end of your rule, and now it’s time to change whether you like it or not.”
The young catalysts of Twitter, Facebook and social networks are the driving force behind the revolution not only in Tunisia and Egypt, but also in Jordan and Yemen, where the role of social networking has proven that the new world order in digital social communications brings . totalitarian regimes in the Middle East. The incessant youth, the nascent youth, the educated elite of the Arab world express themselves in search of freedom. Yes, freedom is a precious commodity, especially in the Arab world, where there are no real democracies, but decades of totalitarian regimes have taken control of their people and turned it into modern slaves. Moreover, Egypt’s stranded elite is speaking out after thirty years of unprecedented selfish rule that has stolen their dignity by preventing them from participating in decision-making, taking responsibility for their future and now fighting for their pride in defining the road map to be won. freedom, the right to self-expression, needless to say, to earn respect by rewriting history, making them proud citizens of their forced changes, to set a better example not only to Egypt, but also to other dictators in the Middle East and around the world. Now social networks are terrible for dictatorships all over the Arab world, where Egypt’s dictatorial regimes are shutting down all social networks and communications to put more pressure on young people to stop their uprising, but it has not only turned against the totalitarian regime, but has also provoked more anger and given young people more reasons not to give up so easily, while supporting the struggle for freedom to the end until Mr. Mubarak witnesses his final minutes of 30 years of rule.
Socialization in the digital world is building a new world order, stimulating change and overthrowing dictators, at least in the Arab world. Egypt’s young closed elite seeks regime change, free elections and power to elect their own leaders, demanding that their basic civil rights be heard and respected; but getting there becomes even more difficult when the streets are chaos and a brand new ball game begins. Social media plays a vital role in bringing about change by giving these young rebels a tool they never had before, they could overthrow dictators and create a new world order in social digital communications.
Important facts about Egypt according to the latest CIA data published in FactBook: 2010
Population: 80 million
Average age: 24 years
GDP: about $216.8 billion (2009)
Per capita income: $6,200 (GDP/year ppp, 2010)
Unemployment: 9.7% (estimate)
Strategic interests for the world:
The Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty was signed in 1979.
It is estimated that 10% of global demand for crude oil passes through the Suez Canal.
The largest population in the Middle East
Egypt receives about $2-3 billion in aid from the United States each year.
Egypt has ancient treasures and artifacts.
The Pyramids are one of the best wonders of the world.
A global destination for tourists, making it one of the most important tourist markets in the world.
Popular hashtags used on Twitter to message “Egyptian Uprising”:
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Rami Gali is a marketer with more than a decade of experience in international markets. He has held professional and management positions in various global markets in a variety of industries, from retail, wholesale, consumer goods to technology product management, focusing on the development of distribution channels. He also holds a degree in International Marketing and a degree in International Relations and Middle East Studies from Daytona State College. He was interested in social media developments, next-generation search technologies, semantic search engines and text analysis; Needless to say, geopolitics, Middle East research and environmental factors that influence the growth of global business are common interests that love to watch and encourage writing about them.