Tahrir Square

A protester uses his sandal to beat a picture of Egypt's then-President Mohammed Morsi in Tahrir square in Cairo on June 28, 2013.

Some Egyptians are comparing Trump to an unlikely, Islamist figure

Tahrir Square revolutionaries compare Donald Trump to Egypt’s jailed President Mohammed Morsi, a Muslim Brotherhood leader who decreed himself unlimited powers and was toppled by the military a year into his term.

Some Egyptians are comparing Trump to an unlikely, Islamist figure
An anti-government protester gestures during clashes with police in Cairo January 26, 2011.

The Egyptian regime is afraid because the revolution isn't over

The Egyptian regime is afraid because the revolution isn't over
Amira Mikhail, an Egyptian-American activist.

From thousands of miles away, an activist tries to keep change alive in Egypt

From thousands of miles away, an activist tries to keep change alive in Egypt
Riot police walk along Mohamed Mahmoud Street, near Cairo's Tahrir Square, in front of murals representing people killed during Egypt's uprising.

Four years after a 'revolution,' Egypt is back to square one

Four years after a 'revolution,' Egypt is back to square one
Rasha Abdulla overlooking Tahrir Square just hours before Hosni Mubarak stepped down from power.

Egypt's social media activists cannot depend solely on Twitter, Facebook

Egypt's social media activists cannot depend solely on Twitter, Facebook