Tunisian Revolution 2011. Tunisian Revolution Wasn't on TV, But You Could Follow It On Twitter #sidibouzid

"Twitter revolution!" "Blogger Revolt" An amazing moment is happening. Most of the World has no clue to what has happened. Most of the main stream media has ignored this historic moment. Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali for 23 years ruled with a iron-fist, not anymore. The first Arab revolution of the 21st century has just happened, The people don't want a dictator.
Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fled the country today after weeks of unrest sparked by the suicide of produce vendor Mohamed Bouazizi (The man who toppled Tunisia). Bouazizi, who reportedly killed himself after police seized his fruit stand, became a galvanizing symbol for unemployment and corruption in Tunisia. Earlier this week a Massacre of civilians was reported. Tunisians hold
 President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, responsible for that as well, and want justice for the killings. Tunisia is not yet free. Ben Ali's political party is still in control. Our hearts are with Tunisian people and the cause. And a thank you to Al Jazeera news, for outstanding reporting.