- Posted August 5, 2013 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Protests in Egypt: Your experiences
Back to Tahrir
- hhanks, CNN iReport producer
Cairo is a city seized by desert where is a miracle that about 30 milions of egyptians everyday wake up, work, smoke shisha, live, hope and fight for a better future. The places of protest from Tahrir to Kasr el Ithadia and Nasr city are full of muslims. Who protest against Morsy as well who support him are both fasting in Ramadan. A crowd of protesting humanity where families, middle class, poors and ordinary people for the first time in their life have felt to count. They are not bent to power nor to political parties. It is amazing for an european see how egyptians could have a no-ideological mindset. "We toppled Pharaon Mubarak, we can send home whoever doesn t rule properly our country" told Suszane 25 years old, hijab, tablet and hello kitty tshirt. The story of Suszane is the same of the ones of Ahmed, Samir, Taieb, Nuur. Something hide to westerners eyes.