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Thursday, February 3, 2011
Really Good Graphic of Egyptian Protests
The advantages of having Sulzberg money—The New York
has a really good graphic of Tahrir Square in Cairo, and the flow of demonstrators, both anti- and pro-Mubarek.
The graphic explains quite succinctly how the Egyptian army allowed pro-Mubarek gangs to confront anti-Mubarek protestors, but remain aloof from the violence, and maintain “plausible deniability”.
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