Muhammad Al-kashef and the 2011 Uprising in Egypt
Hip-hop was a growing trend of expression in Egypt during the so-called "Arab Spring". In this episode, Muhammad Al-Kashef, a political activist and rapper from Alexandria, Egypt will tell us why he thinks the term Arab Spring is not at all suitable for the 2011 uprising in Egypt nor for other Arabic countries. Let's roam with him in the streets of Alexandria in the days of the revolution.
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