In this post Dr. Usama Badawi shares a poem and photo essay on the future of Egypt. CoLab Radio asked Dr. Badawi to assemble these photos based on a comment he made to Hossam El-Asrag’s post reflecting on what it was like to be at home in Egypt during the recent revolution. Dr. Badawi is a Professor of Computer Science at Cairo University in Egypt. Photos are from http://www.masrawy.com/.
Peace pigeons start to fly as soon as Egyptians start to clean up.
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Egypt deserves to be clean. Now it is ours.
It is not a matter of cleaning roads. It is a matter of cleaning our country.
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Do not say I am a Christian or I am a Muslim. Say I am Egyptian. Let us complete the task.
Even parallelized people feel that they can share. They can do it.
Children, youth, old people – all of us want to do something.
Kasr El-Nile Lion – one of the signs of Tahrir Square – one of the signs of freedom.
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