Tag Archives: Revolution

Finally watched “The Square”

Finally watched “The Square”. Finally I saw the burden that I’m living with everyday in front of my eyes. The burden that I’ve been living with for years but denying it’s existence. I’m sure I’m not the only one who … Continue reading

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Just another rant

People my age have witnessed more funerals then weddings, is this normal? People who were educated and expected to have a bright future ended up running from a police station to the next searching for their friends if they weren’t … Continue reading

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The myth of reconciliation

This post isn’t intended to offer answers or analyse the situation but it is more of laying down more unanswered questions. Lately, many voices started calling for initiatives for accepting reconciliation with the regime remnants of Mubarak’s era to be … Continue reading

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Between the coup and the revolution

Downtown Cairo on January 29 2011, people walking in every direction smiling -Which is unusual-, the smell of tear gas is still in the air and my face is still burning from the day before. Almost 14 hours passed since … Continue reading

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The media and the Egyptian revolution

Tahrir square became a symbol for freedom of expression, an inspiration for many movements and actions around the world whether in Libya, Syria, the occupy movement in the USA or south Europe. The international media convinced us the Egyptian revolution … Continue reading

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What is going on in Egypt

My interview on the Swedish Radio today.. Click here to listen to it

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The future of Egypt

Since the downfall of Hosni Mubarak and the dissolution of the National Democratic Party (NDP), Egyptians started being introduced to a handful of new political parties, ideologies and different kinds of political debates after an era of tyranny lead by the rule … Continue reading

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