From Turnstylenews: A young boy in Tahrir atop a statue of nationalist hero Omar Makram, who is celebrated for his resistance against Napoleon I’s invasion of Egypt. The boy joined protesting along with thousands of others on May 27, when Egyptians returned to Tahrir for the “Second Revolution.”
From Turnstylenews: A brother and sister posing near Tahrir Square, where hundreds prayed before joining the rest of the demonstrators on May 27 for the “Second Revolution.” The recent demonstrations in Tahrir in July, where people have been camping out for nearly a week, have led the interim military government to deliver on some demands, including firing nearly 700 senior police officers.
A woman interviewed by Rahimi near Tahrir Square in mid-May compares President Obama to former president George W. Bush, and said both were “liars.” She urged the American people to express their voices and stand up against American foreign policies in places like Egypt, Iraq and Afghanistan.
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