A Walk Through Tahrir Square: Site of Triumph and Tragedy

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When I arrived in Egypt on January 22, life was as normal as ever with no indication that a revolution was about to break out just three days later, forever transforming Egypt and its citizens.

Long fed up with political corruption and monopoly, the people of Egypt finally decided that it was time to take what’s theirs.

Cairo’s streets and bridges, squares and alleys were a stage to history as millions took to the streets, day-in day-out, in a determined explosion of defiance, demanding an upheaval of Egypt’s political system.

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