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The Real Story of Tahir Square

El Maidan (The Square)

(Arabic with English subtitles)

Johane Nohaim (2014)

Film Review

The Square, based largely on amateur and cellphone footage, presents an activist prospective of the 2011 Arab Spring uprising that has been totally omitted from western media coverage. 533 more words

Hidden History

A Tale of Two Egyptians

They are two men who ruled over very different Egypts — one an authoritarian leader who led the country for three decades, and the other a democratically elected president who held onto power for only 12 months. 558 more words


Mubarak's trial timeline

Millions of anti-government protestors flooded the streets of Egypt on January 25, 2011—the day that marked the start of the Egyptian revolution. After 18 days of bloodshed and demonstrations against 30-year dictator Hosni Mubarak, he was forced to resign. 37 more words


No Sinai, coelhinho da Páscoa está mais para pastor alemão

SINAI – Era madrugada numa estrada no norte do Egito, entre Cairo e o canal de Suez. O Bernardo tinha descido do ônibus para esticar as pernas e ir ao banheiro enquanto eu fiquei dormindo. 1,122 more words


Dotted Thoughts on Al-Azhar

Bringing down Al-Azhar should come as top priority for our national security strategists. Al-Azhar not only epitomizes the Asiatic and fatalistic religious norms which are hampering the imagination and freedom of our masses, it is also actively involved in generating anti-modernity forces in the region. 581 more words