Samira Ibrahim (Arabic: سميرة إبراهيم, IPA: [sæˈmiːɾæ ebɾˤɑˈhiːm]) (born c. 1987) is an Egyptian activist who came to prominence during the Egyptian revolution . Ibrahim, was on the list of recipients of the International Women of Courage Award. She was not at the ceremony and will not be receiving an award State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said on Friday.
“Upon further review, the department has decided not to present her with the award. Our understanding is that she plans to return home,” said Nuland, who added that the U.S. will help her get home, as the State Department paid for her to come to the United States for the awards ceremony. Reports are that her previous Twitter & Facebook post were un favorable to Israel and the United States.
It doesnt matter who loves me
my force is buried deep within my heart valves
my energy a light that saturates my reasoning
It doesn’t matter who loves me
my choices are for what impacts the soul
of people suffering
the ones whose voices buried by
a big fish
exploited by a weak man’s soul
crying without evidence but
there are days on the horizon
for peole like me to
bring the victory.