Colombo Telegraph

Egypt’s Revolution: ‘We Started To Chant, And The Group Started To Get Bigger’

By Yassir Hamouda –

Yassir Hamouda, a member of the 6 April Movement, went out with 50 others on 25 January 2011 demanding bread, freedom and social justice. He describes how the protest snowballed into the overthrow of Mubarak, and how he feels the revolution was appropriated by the Muslim Brotherhood and the US

• This video interview is part of a series marking the second anniversary of the Tahrir Square revolution, produced by Samar Media


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