Egypt’s youth, the spark behind the country’s revolution, including both familiar faces and unknowns, have disappeared from screens – and that’s not all: they are nowhere to be seen on the streets either. The country’s future has been reduced to silence, muzzled, gagged, stifled. In the land of the pharaohs, repression against young people has become fierce and arbitrary.
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