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Egyptian Students and Years of Ongoing Struggle
Egyptian Students and Years of Ongoing Struggle
February 21 is the day when students around the world celebrate the freedom and independence they’ve been struggling for and sacrificing their lives to attain. The first of these students who sacrificed their lives for the sake of a free and dignified life were the Egyptian students. Today, students around the world have been granted the freedom and independence they’ve been calling for, but have Egyptian students whose soul was the torch of freedom for students around the world atta
Thursday, February 26,2009 04:37
by Basma Omar IkhwanWeb
tags: Egyptian Students / University Independence / Struggle / Freedom / British occupation / Demonstration
Posted in Human Rights , Youth , Activites  
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