Moments Of Uncertainty

Moments Of Uncertainty

After the 2011 uprising in Egypt, we all hoped things would change. It was called a revolution, but in reality it wasn’t because nothing changed. Politics was, as it always had been, infested by corrupt people, power hungry men, using which ever mean possible to their end. In most cases religion. But it wasn’t the dynamics of the power game that worried us that afternoon, it was the sound of gunfire echoing from the distance mixed with the laughter of the children’s play, unaware of the moments of uncertainty we adults were going through whilst they were in their magical world of childhood.

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