Many sources have been quoting the Tunisian poet Abul-Qasim al-Shabi (died 1934). One of his most famous poems was "To the Tyrants of the World"
Hey you, the unfair tyrants...
...You kept walking while you were deforming the charm of existence and growing seeds of sadness in their land
Wait, don't let the spring, the clearness of the sky and the shine of the morning light fool you...
Because the darkness, the thunder rumble and the blowing of the wind are coming toward you from the horizon
Another of his poems even more quoted during current events is "The Will to Live":
If, one day, a people desires to live, then fate will answer their call.
And their night will then begin to fade, and their chains break and fall.