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Something’s Happening and You Don’t Know What It Is, Do You, Mr. Sisi

Expand A still photo of a video circulated on social media on September 20 showing masses of anti-government protesters in the city of Damietta, North of Cairo, tearing down a big Sisi banner.  © Twitter   The last week September saw street protests in Cairo neighborhoods of Warraq and Giza as well as other cities, involving scores and in some cases hundreds of people chanting for the ouster of Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi. Not long ago one would have characterized such brazen street protests—which have been outlawed since 2013—as unprecedented. But there was a precedent: the previous…

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