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The song was composed to pay tribute to the martyrs of the revolution. The lyrics are written by poet Mustapha Ibrahim, and sung by Bassim Wadei`. The music is composed by Mohammed 'Antar. The video shows portraits and names of the martyrs, while a…
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The song was composed during the first 18 days of the Egyptian Revolution in 2011. It was one of the very first songs to celebrate the revolutionary feelings on Tahrir Square. The video shows protesters raising banners with their demands and dreams…
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The song is entitled "Ya Masr Hanit wi Banit Kollaha Kam Youm” (Be Patient, Egypt, the Light of Day is about to Emerge). It became a hit after it was composed and sung by the highly acclaimed musician Mostafa Said, based on a poem by Tamim…
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Episode 1 of the satirical show, the Bassem Youssef Show. This episode was filmed at Youssef's home and distributed over the internet. At the time, he was a heart surgeon, who was helping to treat wounded protesters in Tahrir Square.
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Ramy Essam shot to fame during the 18 days of the Tahrir Square sit-in in 2011. This song, based on the slogans of the protesters, calling on former president Hosni Mubarak to leave, became one of the most iconic songs of the revolution.
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Photograph of graffiti seen on a street in Cairo in February 2012. 'Sitt al-banat' (or, 'the best of girls') refers to the female protester who was filmed being dragged across the street and beaten by security personnel in December 2011.
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