Everything's up for grabs as revolution continues

Bassi, Raul
September 2011
Green Left Weekly;9/14/2011, Issue 895, p14
The article focuses on the revolution that took place in Egypt after the overthrow of dictator Hosni Mubarak in February 2011. It mentions that a huge protest happened outside the Israeli embassy which was driven by anger at Israel's killing of Egyptian police in August, the deep solidarity of the Egyptians towards the Palestinians, and the frustration at the slow pace of change. It also notes that five socialist groups came together to form an Alliance of Socialist Forces.


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