Posts Tagged ‘Mo’

  • Video Library of Mohamed Mo Nabbous Libya Alhurra Videocasts
    Thank you to the Libya Uprising Archive from libya17feb for putting together Mohamed Nabbous Videos from Libya Al Hurra Livestream. The First Video is from February 22. Mo Nabbous broadcasts surveillance camera footgage from his makeshift studio in Benghazi http://www.livestream.com/libya17feb/video?clipId=pla_81925fcb-4b98-4e83-bc3d-a85b63c647f8 Mo Nabbous - Libyan Hero See...
    by at February 16th, 2012 at 10:02 pm
  • Al Jazeera English documentary on Libya features Mo Nabbous
    Mohammed "Mo" Nabbous thnx photo Feb17.info Must see! “Arab Awakening – Libya: Through the fire.” The Al Jazeera English documentary features citizen journalist, hero and martyr Mohammed “Mo” Nabbous. Mo kept audiences riveted to changing events in Benghazi from the first hours of the uprising against Gaddafi until the night he was...
    by at May 6th, 2011 at 11:05 am
  • Eman al-Obeidi is Libya’s Tank Man in Tiananmen Square
    Eman al Obeidi and journalists fend off Gaddafi thugs. Photo by Jerome Delay AP Her story has riveted everyone seeing the footage. Eman al-Obeidi (el-Obeidy, el Obeidi, al Obeidy), a Libyan woman from Benghazi was stopped at a checkpoint in Tripoli and detained for two days. Raped repeatedly by a group of 15 or so Gaddafi thugs, she was brutalized physically and mentally....
    by at March 26th, 2011 at 03:03 pm
  • NPR memoriam for Mo Nabbous, citizen journalist of TV Libya Alhurra
    Mo on Air NPR’s Andy Carvin talks in this NPR memoriam about Mohammed (Mo) Nabbous, the citizen journalist who started TV Libya Alhurra with his laptop on February 18 and was assassinated by a sniper’s bullet on March 18. One month to the day of reporting minute-by-minute action of a people’s uprising against tyranny. With no international press and the...
    by at March 23rd, 2011 at 11:03 am
  • Twitter Tribute to Mohammed Nabbous known to world as “Mo”
    This morning in Benghazi, a journalist hero lost his life to a sniper bullet while videotaping the aftermath of Gaddafi bombardment. Mohammed Nabbous started Libya Alhurra TV exactly one month ago with his laptop and an inordinate amount of courage. His following grew daily with a worldwide audience rapt with the revolution for democracy in Libya, but also enthralled...
    by at March 19th, 2011 at 06:03 pm
  • Mo Mohammed Nabbous Benghazi TV Libya Alhurra first missing, then found, then finally gone, A Martyr
    “I am not afraid to die, I am afraid to lose the battle” – Mohammed Nabbous, Benghazi martyr today. Omar Al-Mukhtar would be proud. @ChangeinLibya. Mohammed Nabbous – known as Mo to the world – has been with the Libyan revolution from the beginning. I tuned into his Livestream Libya Alhurra broadcast from the first night on Feb 19, exactly...
    by at March 19th, 2011 at 02:03 am