Thursday, February 24, 2011

Mohamed El Rashidy on the Egyptian popular revolution


On February 24, 2011, The Train's Denis Rancourt interviewed Canadian Arab Federation (CAF) director Mohamed El Rashidy about the recent and on-going Egyptian popular revolution.

Mohamed is Egyptian born and has an intimate and connected perspective on the recent events in Egypt, like few other commentators.

The analysis covered the psychology of liberation, police state structure, the role of electronic communications, the class structure of the revolt, the conditions of dignity deprivation, the role of the army, and much more.

[photo: Mohamed El Rashidy]

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