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Interview with Hossam El-Hamalawy on Counter-Revolution in Egypt

[Hala Talaat, one of the coordinators of the teachers’ national strike. Image from www.arabawy.org] [Hala Talaat, one of the coordinators of the teachers’ national strike. Image from www.arabawy.org]

Seven months after the fall of Hosni Mubarak, the popular debate on what constitutes genuine change and revolution in Egypt rages on. The decapitated hydra of Mubarak's regime lives on under a different guise, but average citizens seem more determined than ever to not let any special interests steal their hard-won revolution: not the military, not the neo-liberals, and not Islamists. Khalil Bendib spoke with activist and blogger Hossam El-Hamalawy about these struggles over the fate the Egyptian revolution.

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