Category Archives: Tahrir Square

Egyptian debt threatens Tahrir Square’s promise of freedom

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Islamofascist Rule in Egypt

    I believe firmly that unknown heroes will emerge from the ranks of the people who revere freedom , pride and believe in the dignity (Right) 1940’s- Hassan Al-Bana the founder of MB kissing the hand of King Abdulaziz … Continue reading

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Clashes in Tahrir Square as Egypt Sinks Deeper into Crisis

Local Editor Egypt on Wednesday plunged deeper into its worst political crisis since President Mohammad Mursi took office in June, with massive opposition rallies nationwide signaling a new “revolution” nearly two years after Hosni Mubarak was toppled. Egyptian Police fired … Continue reading

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Egyptians React Angrily To Morsi’s New Powers

Thousands of protesters carried banners emblazoned with photos of the January 2011 uprising victims and protested President Mohammed Morsi’s constitutional declaration granting him sweeping powers in Cairo, Friday Nov. 23. (photo by Mohannad Sabry) By: Mohannad Sabry Posted onFri, Nov … Continue reading

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Mob attacks women at Egypt anti-sexual harassment rally

Hundreds of men assaulted women holding a march demanding an end to sexual harassment, with the attackers overwhelming the male guardians and groping and molesting several of the female marchers in Cairo’s Tahrir Square AP, Saturday 9 Jun 2012   … Continue reading

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Shahenda Maklad: The Lifelong Trip to Tahrir Maklad’s heart still beats to the rhythm of militancy and freedom. She is now 74 years old, but despite her old age and feeble body, her memory is as sharp as ever. (Photo: Al-Akhbar) By: Radwan Adam Published Thursday, … Continue reading

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A tale of two Egyptian Women, two Squares and two Movements

US voters can learn from Egyptians this electoral season Franklin Lamb CairoAl-manarGraphics vedios by AlexArabic virgin A tale of two Egyptian Women, two Squares and two Movements Alexandria, 415 or 416 In the year 415 or 416, on the streets of … Continue reading

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