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Egyptians Show Solidarity With Tortured Syrian Cartoonist

By Ghazala Irshad

The first cartoon displayed in the Cairo Atelier gallery was the last one Syrian cartoonist Ali Ferzat published on his website before being attacked in Damascus in August: a panicked President Bashar Assad hitching a ride in a getaway car with Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi. 

Beyond Tahrir Square

[Photo: Zeinad Mohamed/Zoltán Kelemen]

[In an attack similar to those staged during the Tahrir Square uprising against Mubarak, anti-government protesters were injured on Tuesday during a peaceful sit-in. According to Al Jazeera, a group of men armed with knives and rocks infiltrated the sit-in, pushing their way past checkpoints on the edges of the square.

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