Another story from Syria: LIVING UNDER FIRE IN HOMS This article and photos were origionally published in VICE magazine: THE DELUSIONS OF ASSAD Twice, I have received visas to go photograph the pro-Assad districts in Damascus. Many journalists are denied entry. No reason is ever given. In September, I flew into Damascus for my second [...]
Photos from Matareya as the results of the Egypt Elections were announced.
This report does not give an accurate description of all Syria’s current complexity. It is a look at one opposition neighborhood for one day. After a year of intense fighting and low level suppression many parts of Khaldeya have bullet holes, the cars, the walls, the water tanks, the people. This suburb of Homs has [...]
Amal Sharaf is a veteran Egyptian political activist and is most famous as one of the cofounders of the April 6 youth movement, currently she is a member of the political bureau and foreign media spokesperson.
Wael Ghonim is an Internet activist and computer engineer with an interest in social entrepreneurship. He recently published a book “Revolution 2.0″.
Tantawi did not make it to the afternoon “Flag Show” in the center of Cairo, where the military council hoisted the Egyptian flag onto the world’s tallest flagpole. There were displays by large egyptian companies and manfacturers owned by the military.
Part of an story with the NYTimes describing the state of Cairo after the revolution by focusing on Imbaba.
Prior to the January 25 Revolution, the former National Democratic Party (NDP) headquarters, bordering Tahrir Square and the Cairo Museum, once stood as a symbol of the Mubarak regime. Now that is burnt down and black smoke stains cover its walls, although unpleasant, the site is a continued symbol of the egypt revolution. مقر الحزب [...]
Life in midan Tahrir is settling into a daily routine.