This blog was originally designed to keep me sane as I began learning Arabic. It morphed into a blog of musings about Arabic, the Middle East, and the Islamic World, as well as book reviews about those topics. Then, the blog became a place to keep my family and friends updated on my adventures while I was living abroad. During May and June of 2012, I had a 6-week long internship in Cairo, Egypt through a international student organization called AIESEC. I taught English at the Awladi Orphanage in Cairo, home to several hundred children. I lived in an apartment in Nasr City before moving to Maadi (each is a distinct area of Cairo). I experienced President Mursi's election, camped in the western desert, rode camels by the pyramids, and had countless other experiences. I have since moved past this blog, on towards new endeavors, but if you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment! Enjoy!

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Cairo Revolution Graffiti

I was informed today that Cairo's graffiti has been painted over. The graffiti of the revolution reflected the feelings of the people, and should have been preserved as a reminder of the fight that the Egyptians experienced. 
A better blogger than I has already written about this: http://suzeeinthecity.wordpress.com/
However, I feel I should add my photos to those available already. 


















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  1. http://suzeeinthecity.wordpress.com/2012/09/20/the-art-of-movement-another-chapter-of-mohamed-mahmoud-graffiti/

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