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This song, by Ultras Ahlawy tells the story of the emergence of the group and their role in the 2011 revolution, including the massacre of 74 Ultras Ahlawy members following a match in Port Said in February 2012.

This fascinating stencil image represents justice as a belly-dancer wearing a military beret, holding a scales. There are multiple layers to this image. The reference to the figure of a belly dancer, usually viewed as immoral or improper in the…

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This song describes the optimal characteristics for a future leader of Egypt. Controversially, the song ends with the following lines:
"Looks don’t matter, Age doesn’t matter, Faith doesn’t matter. The only requirement is to be human.
"In short,…