|Fig 1: A cartoon made out of the infamous Kick. Some call it the Kick that started a revolution|
|Fig 3a: The Happy Smiling Women of the Revolution|
|Fig 3b: The Front Line Posed|
I guess that could be one way to wave a flag.
|Fig 5a: Female protester the first night of the revolution (Photo Credit Jad Melki)|
Fig 5b: Same female protester walking through the fiery streets in attempt to stop the violence (Photo Credit Jad Melki)
These were photos I was proud to see. I was so moved by this young woman (she asked to remain unnamed) and had the opportunity to interview her. She told me that even though she appears to be strong and confident, she was so scared she was shivering all through her walk. When I asked what motivated her to do what she did, she told me that it was simply a spontaneous thing. She looked around and saw the army and police approaching. She looked around her and saw her fellow protesters and she believed that by raising her hands she could make her peaceful intentions known. This is beauty.