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Walaahi: A Firsthand Account of Living Through the Egyptian Uprising and Why I Walked Away From Islaam: The Trilogy of Life Itself, #2

Walaahi: A Firsthand Account of Living Through the Egyptian Uprising and Why I Walked Away From Islaam: The Trilogy of Life Itself, #2

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Length: 213 pages6 hours

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As the world watched the events of the Egyptian Uprising unfold on their TV screens, Dawn Bates and her family lived through it. This is her account of what it was like living and working in Egypt during this incredible historic moment. 

For the first time in history the Egyptians rose up together to overthrow their President, Hosni Mubarak. The world watched as those living in Egypt experienced a complete communications black out, violent and bloody protests, police and army brutality, 7pm curfews, and the end of Mohammed Morsi's presidency by a blood thirsty military coup, giving way to the now President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.

An honest and frank account of the hardships, the fear and the joys of living in Egypt during this turbulent time, Dawn talks with a refreshing and engaging voice as she describes the Egypt she's loved for 20 years and the pain of seeing Egypt and the people of Egypt destroyed before her very eyes.

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Walaahi: A Firsthand Account of Living Through the Egyptian Uprising and Why I Walked Away From Islaam: The Trilogy of Life Itself, #2

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Book Information

Walaahi: A Firsthand Account of Living Through the Egyptian Uprising and Why I Walked Away From Islaam: The Trilogy of Life Itself, #2

Length: 213 pages6 hours

Description

As the world watched the events of the Egyptian Uprising unfold on their TV screens, Dawn Bates and her family lived through it. This is her account of what it was like living and working in Egypt during this incredible historic moment. 

For the first time in history the Egyptians rose up together to overthrow their President, Hosni Mubarak. The world watched as those living in Egypt experienced a complete communications black out, violent and bloody protests, police and army brutality, 7pm curfews, and the end of Mohammed Morsi's presidency by a blood thirsty military coup, giving way to the now President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.

An honest and frank account of the hardships, the fear and the joys of living in Egypt during this turbulent time, Dawn talks with a refreshing and engaging voice as she describes the Egypt she's loved for 20 years and the pain of seeing Egypt and the people of Egypt destroyed before her very eyes.

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