At the start of the year 2011, the sun has raised on angry nations in many countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Many nations started a revolution and still uprising on their current regimes seeking for change and democracy. The rebellion touched many countries starting with Tunisia and moving to Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Bahrain and Yemen.
Along with each revolution, people ran to the streets asking for a change. They sacrificed their lives just to obtain a new hope. The great efforts of the people are documented by talented photographers who tried to take amazing shots for these revolutions and reflect the deep feelings of anger and need for a better future through photographs.
Photojournalists have documented amazing shots for these revolts that took place in different Arab countries and shared with us part of their experience they’ve encountered. Heregoo, I would like to share with you photojournalism shots from the uprising of different Arab countries categorized based on each country and the events that took place in there. While some nations began to succeed in their revolution and removed the old regime such as Tunisia and Egypt, some countries are still struggling to win the battle for their freedom.
I hope you will enjoy these photographs which were taken by different reporters and photographers. Let us know which image do you like the most.
I would like to start the Egyptian revolutions by presenting some photos for an Egyptian amature photographer Maheeb Founda who wanted to document and express his feeling about the revolution through the following photgraphs and I would like to thank him for sharing this unique experience through Graphic Mania.
And below are more photographs about the Egyptian revolution.
The second part of this collection will be published once the rest of the nations revolt on their regime