I’m not sure I have ever gotten into the discussion of my opinions of Canada or my love of revolutions(anthropologically speaking), on this blog but I have to say this: Egypt has had me enthralled this past four months. Far before our media was reporting movement in Egypt I was reading the signs of an important change in the political waters.
I’m just so proud of them, so very very proud. Merci, thank you.
The folloing pictures are Allan Taylor’s work for the Atlantic
- Unease with reform pace in Egypt (theworld.org)
- Egypt’s Copts fear rise of Muslim Brotherhood (deaconjohnspace.wordpress.com)
- Muslim Brotherhood fills vacuum in post-Mubarak Egypt (westernexperience.wordpress.com)
- Reader Comments on My Egypt Column (kristof.blogs.nytimes.com)
- I’m back! Egypt is definitely safe again… (thomasdayphotographer.wordpress.com)
- Some Facts About Egypt (socyberty.com)
- About Egypt (sheshtawy.wordpress.com)
- Terrorists Attack The Egypt-Israel Gas Pipeline Again — But The Bombs Don’t Go Off (businessinsider.com)
- NYT: Surprisingly, the Muslim Brotherhood appears to have seized the Egyptian revolution (hotair.com)
- The New Egypt? (powerlineblog.com)