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2d: Mary – The role of religion in Tahrir Square

I'm an Egyptian Against Terrorism

[Prelude: Read my post for background information about what happened during the Egyptian Revolution.]

It was February 6th, the day after Mubarak had given his third speech, it spread rage and passion amongst the protesters as they elicited vows of murder if he did not step down. That morning Mary, 8 months pregnant, decided she couldn’t watch from the safety of her television screen any longer for fear of anything happening to her unborn son, and went to Tahrir Square.

After all, what was Mary going to tell her unborn son?

That she was afraid? And then expect him not to be afraid?

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