Rebel: In four days in 2013, the largest protest in human history ended the Islamist regime of Egyptian president Mohamed Mor (Paperback)

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A photo essay about the four days of protest that forced the Egyptian military to remove the Islamist Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi. "Witnessing the largest protest I have ever seen, I was compelled to capture the people's excitement and participation. In a country so deeply divided after the initial uprising in 2011, people put aside their differences and took to the street to call on Morsi to resign." - Khaled Sayed According to statistics published by Google Earth, this protest was the largest single gathering in human history.

About the Author


Khaled Sayed is a Photographer and Documentary Filmmaker who was born in Egypt, and now lives and works in the USA. Since the Egyptian revolution began in 2011, he has been documenting the changing political scene through films and photographs. These images capture the spirit of the four days of protest during which over 30 million Egyptians took to the street to call for and end to Mohammed Morsi's Islamist regime in 2013. You can learn more about his films and other projects at www.behindtherevolution.com. Follow his life and work live on Twitter at @khaledfilms To stay up to date on Khaled's latest projects, join his mailing list on www.khaledfilms.com. If you liked this book, please recommend it and write a review on Amazon or GoodReads.com.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781495423079
ISBN-10: 1495423077
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: February 22nd, 2014
Pages: 80
Language: English