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Yaser Haddara | On its five-year anniversary, the Tahrir Square occupation is a symbol of hope and a harbinger of change. It fuels the dreams of those who struggle for dignity, wish for justice and yearn for freedom.
News
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Justin Podur | Egypt was ruled by the Mubarak dictatorship for 30 years before the people managed to overthrow him in 2011. Mubarak was not overthrown by the Internet.
News
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Roger Annis | The military-dominated regime that seized power in July 2013 has escalated its attack on freedom and democracy, including banning the Muslim Brotherhood.
Book Review
Amira Elghawaby | Reading Revolution 2.0 against the backdrop of the current unrest in Egypt, one can't help but feel nostalgic.
Blog
Lawrence Cannon
David J. Climenhaga | If you don't think Stephen Harper despises social democrats, consider this: Two days after François Hollande was elected president of France, Harper named Lawrence Cannon Canada's ambassador to Paris!
Podcast
Redeye
Jane Williams | Redeye speaks with media scholar Adel Iskandar about the part that Facebook and other social media did -- and did not -- play in the ouster of Hosni Mubarak.
RabbleTV
Anita Krajnc | After 18 days of a popular uprising led to the overthrow of Egypt's dictator Hosni Mubarak, Toronto's Egyptian community and Torontonians of all backgrounds came out to celebrate.
News
Sarah Ghabrial | I hope this feeling of joy and relief at events in Egypt really is contagious, and drifts like a wind across Tunisia's and Egypt's borders to likewise lift up our neighbours.
RabbleTV
Jase Tanner | Mona, a University of Cairo student and activist, discusses the role of youth activists in the Tahrir Square protests.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Tahrir, which means "liberation" in Arabic, is the heart and soul of the pro-democracy movement in Egypt, but it is not the only place where spirited, defiant people gather.
Podcast
Lorraine Chisholm | Stephen Zunes joins us on Redeye to talk about the Mubarak regime, the Egyptian economy and the Obama administration's response to the pro-democracy movement in the streets.
News
Protesters in Tahrir Square, Cairo, with identification taken from a pro-Mubarak rioter which shows that person to be a member of security forces. Feb. 2, 2011. Photo: omarroberthamilton/Flickr
| A medical doctor reports from Cairo, where she has been treating wounded, exhausted protesters.