On January 28, 2011, I was caught up in Cairo downtown in a car surrounded by tear gas and thick smoke. At some point, I found myself stuck in that car with other people whom I have never met before. We were trying to avoid the security forces, gas, gunshot wounds and many other dangerous things. I was sitting next to a person that seems in his early 40’s; he looked a typical, humble, Egyptian man struggling to get his living. The man was staring at me surprisingly; as if he was wondering, what am I doing here, because my look might show that I am well-off. He started conversing with me: - What you do in life? - I am IT consultant! - Oh, I know that this field pays a lot! What brought you here? - Yes, but I seek justice, fairness and good chance to all people including me. He smiled at me. Then it was my turn asking him: Why are you here? "I live in Shubra, and every time I go down in our street, there is Amin Shorta (a kind of police officer) who stops me and harasses me with insults and threats unless I pay him something. I cannot do anything about it. I everyday wish going to any TV station to disgrace this person in public and tell what kind of corruption he does. However, which TV station could host me? Who am I, what a famous person am I in the community?" I have never saw him before; but the words of this person and his tearful eyes were persistently crossing my mind…And after six months, I decided to do something about it …PEOPLE VOICES SHOULD BE HEARD. Zee3 Enta "No Risk...No Life"; I strongly believe that nothing can prevents my dream in enabling people's voices, ideas, and talents being spoken out and reach millions. We- regular citizens- can speak out freely and let our voices be heard publicly even without being an elitist group, wealthy individuals or well-connected activists. Maybe by "Zee3 Enta" I can inspire others who gave up on their lives just because they once failed or got older! Energy is contagious; my experience with Zee3 Enta Egypt was a success, it triggered me to dream bigger and expand it in Arab countries. So where is a better place than LEBANON to start with, especially when having Lebanese partners passionately believing how community power can become a change maker? Decision made, here we are!