Two Years After Tahrir Square: The Battle for Egypt’s Identity Is Far From Over

Prof. Elie Podeh January 2013
Op-eds / Israel and the Middle East

Two years ago, on 25th January 2011, it began with a big dream: Millions of people went into the Cairo streets with the aim of toppling the dictatorial Mubarak regime and establishing a democracy in Egypt. All the groups participating in the demonstrations – whether Islamists, liberals or secularists – shared a vision of a different Egypt.

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