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Belal Ali Saber: Graffiti by Ammar Abo Bakr and El Zeft

photo courtesy of Abdel Rahman Zin Eldin
photo courtesy of Abdel Rahman Zin Eldin

At some point, it seemed realistic to aspire to live with dignity in Egypt. Now, two years on and with thousands of Egyptians dead, the right to live now depends on who’s side you’re on; us or theirs. Death is acceptable if you’re not with us. Continue reading Belal Ali Saber: Graffiti by Ammar Abo Bakr and El Zeft

The Art of Movement: Another Chapter of Mohamed Mahmoud Graffiti

Wipe it off, and I’ll Paint Again

Keep Wiping off [Graffiti], You Cowardly Regime
Painting over graffiti in the dead of night while soldiers guard you is stupid. Painting over then denying you knew anything about it shows that you’re a regime not in control of your own police; which begs the question, who controls the country?

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