Tahrir Square Quotes

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Tahrir Square Quotes

I thought it was interesting to see that Israel did not play a role in this revolution. The man on Cairos Tahrir Square doesnt want anything from me, but he does want something from his government. Thats a good sign.
— Tom Segev —

There's a long history in the Middle East of "bread intifadas," starting with 1977 in Egypt, when Anwar Sadat tried to lift bread subsidies. People rebelled and poured into Tahrir Square, shouting slogans against the government just like they did earlier this year. Sadat learned his lesson and kept bread subsidies in place, and so did a host of other Middle Eastern dictators - many of whom were propped up for years by the West, partly through subsidized American wheat.

— Annia Ciezadlo

The achievement of Tahrir Square wasn't just its grand political movement but the tiny personal battles fought and won against the frictions wearing down Egyptian society: between religions, classes, sexes, and generations.

— Shereen El Feki

I don't demonize the downside. As we've seen in Egypt and Tahrir square and other recent event, the adhesiveness through [technology] kinds of communication is extraordinary. Interesting times we live in.

— Anne Waldman

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