The Arab Spring protests that first took place in Tunisia, marked the prelude to vivid uprisings. They resulted in political disputes far from the idealistic and liberal aspirations. In the midst of social and political transitions, young Arabs continue to affirm their oppositions and resistance to secular and corrupted governments. The series “Mectoub” or Mektoub, it is/was written in Arabic translates Scarlett Coten’s interest in post-Arab Spring movements.
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