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A collection of demands expressed by individual citizens, pinned to a tree in Tahrir Square. It demonstrates the differences amongst ordinary Egyptians in terms of what they wanted from the revolution.
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This stencil on the walls of Cairo University commemorates Ahmed Mansour, a student at the university, who was killed during clashes between the military and protesters during the Cabinet sit-in in December 2011.
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This stencil on the walls of Cairo University supports a general strike called by the Egyptian Federation of Independent Trade Unions for 11 February 2012. The aim of the general strike was to end military rule and establish a civilian government…
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2025: fourteen years after the failed revolution, Egypt is invaded by a vicious foreign militant organization called the Knights of the Republic of Malta. Former police man Ahmed Otared joins a group of fellow officers in the armed resistance and…
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This award-winning novel, originally published in Arabic in 2013, is set in an unnamed Middle Eastern country, yet is clearly relevant to post-revolution Egypt and life under the regime of Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi. A centralized authority known as the…
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This Ramadan TV series was shown on Egyptian TV in 2018 and is available to stream on Netflix. It follows 2 interlinked mysteries - one set in the present and the other set in the 1960s. It stars famous actors Nelly Karim and Hesham Selim.
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A mix of memoir and a humorous take on the Egyptian revolution. Bassem Youssef tells the story of the rise and fall of his satirical TV show, El Bernameg.
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This book documents the first years of the Egyptian revolution through its street art. The book is organised chronologically. The images of street art are accompanied by contextual essays as well as photography.
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Filmed between 25 January 25 and 27 May 2011, the film tracks four months of the Egyptian revolution as seen through the director’s eyes. As one of the first films to emerge after the January uprising, this film was showed in many international film…
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