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Arab American Media: Egyptian People Will Not Accept ‘Old Regime’

Jun 23, 2012

Photo: Tahrir Square protests in 2011Eighteen months after the toppling of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, ending his 30-year rule, throngs of Egyptians have returned in protest to Cairo’s Tahrir Square, where the revolution began on Jan. 25, 2011. For nearly...

Arab America Media: Egyptian People Will Not Accept ‘Old Regime’

Jun 23, 2012

Photo: Tahrir Square protests in 2011Eighteen months after the toppling of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, ending his 30-year rule, throngs of Egyptians have returned in protest to Cairo’s Tahrir Square, where the revolution began on Jan. 25, 2011. For nearly...

Islam and the Egyptian Presidential Election

May 07, 2012

 CAIRO -– It is a few minutes before midnight on Friday and calm is far from being able to make its way back to the street of this Egyptian capital. Teargas fills the air and the shrill sound of ambulance...

One Year On, Arab Pride and the Long Road Ahead

Jan 25, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO – Tareq, a Syrian American graphic designer living in Silicon Valley, says his life has “completely changed 100 percent over the past year,” a change he credits to protests in Egypt’s Tahrir Square exactly one year ago today....

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