Source: The Moshe Dayan Center For Middle Eastern And African Studies
Author(s): Michael Barak
January 25 marked six years since Egypt’s popular revolution, ousting former President Hosni Mubarak’s regime. The date sparked widespread discussion on social networking sites (SNS), in which hundreds of thousands of Egyptian users, especially supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, examined the progress Egypt has made on various issues since the revolution. The discourse was characterized by a deep sense of missed opportunity, feelings of having failed the revolution’s goals, and frustrated hopelessness about the current regime’s behavior….
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