Newsclick Production, March 16, 2016
A lot has changed in Egypt since the new regime has come to power. Attempts have been on to suppress any voice of dissent. Police and forces have become omnipresent, with a clear mandate to crush the popular movements. Quite a contrary to the Mubarak regime, where opposition had at least some voice, today, every effort has been made to nip any opposition at its origin.
Amr Khalifa, June 6, 2014
After 30 years of servitude to a Hosni Mubarak regime that empowered the rich and the ruling classes, Egyptians chose revolt as the supreme agent of change. With revolutions come passion, dreams of a better life and violence. But above all else, a change is sought to replace an unjust condition.
Lauren Unger-Geoffroy, Courtesy: truthdig, Nov. 23, 2011
We asked Lauren Unger-Geoffroy, an Arabic-speaking American who lives in Cairo, to share her perspective of life in Egypt after the revolution. In this entry, she writes about the rekindling of violence and revolutionary spirit.
Prabir Purkayastha, Newsclick, February 3, 2011
The earlier Tunisian uprising and the current Egyptian uprising is a continuation of the nationalist movements that had characterised the earlier de-colonisation struggles.