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August 22, 2013

July 31, 2013

Two key pieces from my collection [of friends]...

... a lawyer and an expert in Egyptian antique books and prints - a shooting made ​​the day 
after a fab summer eve's 'aperitif' inside my Griset's stronghold.
























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July 18, 2013

July 03, 2013

Egypt: Success of a Summer Revolution!

Egyptian army ousts Mursi and scraps constitution 

President Mohammad Mursi has failed to meet the demands of the Egyptian people,”
Abdel Fattah al-Sissi said in a televised address to the nation. [Al Arabiya] 


"It took Egyptians three decades to remove Hosni Mubarak from power and only three 
days to topple President Morsi, his successor, and the country's first democratically 
elected president. [Al Arabiya]

Egyptian Army announces Supreme Constitutional Court, Adly Mansour, to be sworn in 
as interim president on Thursday. [Al Jazeera]
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Many will call what just happened a 'coup', yet the army 
here has expressed the willingness of millions of Egyptians.
The future will tell us how to call this event.
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On the other hand, Egypt will be a great nation... 
when Egyptian men learn to respect women.

In Egypt, it is always the woman’s fault I Bikya News 
- Egypt: Epidemic of Sexual Violence | Human Rights Watch 
Where are sexual assaults happening in Egypt? I Harass Map 
Egyptian women fear rising tide of sexual assault as Tahrir crowds grow | Guardian 
Sexual assaults reported in Cairo I CNN 
Press release by 20 rights organizations I One year into Mohamed Morsi’s term: 
Manifold abuses and the systematic undermining of the rule of law I EIPR 
- From Mubarak to the Muslim Brotherhood: Sexual torture as a weapon I Mosireen 
Collective.



[Click and watch the HRW video]


July 3, 2013) -- Egyptian anti-sexual harassment groups confirmed that mobs sexually assaulted and 
in some cases raped at least 91 women in Tahrir Square over four days of protests beginning on June 
30, 2013 amid a climate of impunity. Human Rights Watch has long documented the problem of sexual 
assault in Cairo's streets and particularly at protests. A new video highlights the stories of women who 
have been attacked, in some cases as recently as January 2013.
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June 29, 2013

Mad C[olors]' spread on le MUR as the blue sky over Paris, finally!


Le M.U.R. - # 144 -  Mad C - June 29, 2013
[Mad C blog]
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