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Tahrir Protests

The Spark: Starting the Revolution

Ahmed Salah | Posted 09.28.2013 | World
Ahmed Salah

January 25, 2011 was not a normal day. Around 4 p.m. I gazed up at the iconic pink stone of the museum as I approached Tahrir -- with 6,000 other Egyptians marching all around me. When we entered the square, we realized we were entering a battlefield.

Journalist Recounts Horrifying Sexual Assault In Cairo's Tahrir Square

The Huffington Post | Max J. Rosenthal | Posted 06.26.2012 | World

On Sunday in Cairo's Tahrir Square, tens of thousands of Egyptians gathered to celebrate the official announcement that Mohammed Morsi would become Eg...

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Hedges Its Bets (Which Is Why It's Still on Top)

Kurt J. Werthmuller | Posted 01.23.2012 | World
Kurt J. Werthmuller

A deft move by the Muslim Brotherhood demonstrates exactly why the organization's party is poised to sweep the country's parliamentary elections, regardless of when they are held.

TIMELINE: Ten Months After Tahrir

Posted 11.22.2011 | World

Protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square entered a fourth day on Tuesday, as thousands of demonstrators prepared to hold a "March of the Millions." Protester...

Egypt's State Media... Same Old, Same Old

Hoda Osman | Posted 09.26.2011 | World
Hoda Osman

Times have changed. The Egyptian people and the army are not one hand. In the past six months, there have been growing doubts about the intentions of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.