Josh Wood

A journalist's observations on Lebanon and elsewhere

The Egyptian Revolution for Esquire

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My report for Esquire on the time that Sam Tarling and I spent in Egypt during the country’s revolution ran in the March edition of Esquire Middle East.  It’s a snapshot of three days of the revolution, as the carnival atmosphere of Tahrir Square was wiped away by violence, fear and paranoia.  Amid the chaos, I even managed to work in a Ke$ha reference.

Anyways, check out the PDF of the story here if you missed it on newsstands.


Written by woodenbeirut

April 5, 2011 at 2:16 pm

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