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New Release: A Facebook panorama of the Egyptian revolution

El-Kersh provides a 'non-personal' yet 'non-objective' panorama of the break out of the Egyptian revolution, says the dream of a civil state is in shatters

MENA, Tuesday 10 Jul 2012
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Egyptian Journalist and writer, Saad El-Kersh, is expected to release a new book titled Facebook days: Realistic matters in a virtual world from the General Egyptian Book Organization (GEBO).

The book, according to El-Kersh, provides a non-personal yet non-objective panorama of the break out of the Egyptian revolution, its processes and interactions up to the rise of Islamists to power.

The writer, who released another book on the revolution few months ago titled Revolution Now, said that while writing this book he realised that the dream some Egyptians entertained after Mubarak’s fall on 11 Feb 2011 of establishing a civil state has turned into a pure fantasy, as the forces of Political Islam vow to implement the Islamic law.

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