Egyptian Presidential Elections: Voting 2.0

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My ballot: Against Shafik Until the End

I’ve been brewing in disbelief and disappointment for the past two weeks and thought it may be better to just get it all out. As I elections neared and the Mubarak trial verdict became clear, the exact opposite of what I would except happened all throughout Egypt. Keep reading this post…

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Egyptian Presidential Elections: Morsi vs. Shafik

I think the Scream is an accurate depiction of how I’m feeling right now.

So, official results are out. Actually, they have been for upwards of a day. But I had an exam yesterday, so I decided to engage in some rare moments of studying. AKA cramming 300 pages worth of material in 2 days. Definitely NOT recommended by the way. And then there was the obligatory 12 hours of sleep after any exam. Keep reading this post…

Egyptian Presidential Elections: Cram it All In

Elections are tomorrow!  And the next day.  And all of sudden, I feel people going into hysteria about who they’re voting for.  My post from a couple of days ago, I don’t even know if it’s true anymore.  At this point, it’s getting really hard to gauge people’s reactions.  These elections, which will mark a turning point in Egyptian history, seem to be a test for citizens. Keep reading this post…