Circumstances have led us to be raised in a time where historical changes are taking place in the struggle between truth and falsehood, between the beneficial and the harmful, between the people whose rights have been undermined and their usurpers, between those who adhere to the way of struggle and
those who have deviated from it, and between the sincere and those who pretend.
How can we face the bitter results of the deficiencies that we inherited through hundreds of years?
How can we provide remedy for the past, and rescue ourselves and our children?
How to restore the glory of this Ummah?
How can we be a generation of change, of vision and hope?
How can we prepare ourselves for a prolonged struggle to resurrect this Ummah?
This is what “Reawakening the Dream” is about. It is about a very long road, a sense of awareness that has been awakened and will not allow itself to be switched off. It is about the most important lesson that we have learned from the Arab Spring; the power of people that is much stronger than the people in power.