Feature - As it May Be / Mumkin
Since the beginning of the uprising in 2011 Egypt has been through a period of change. After 3 years of instability, economic decline and power shifts, one no longer hears the revolutionary demands of ‘Bread, Freedom, Social Justice!’ in the streets. Most of all it seems the locals long for stability and security.
The national media has once more returned to it's old strategy, using creative conspiracy theories to scare people while blaming foreign agendas for the chaos in the country. During several key moments in these years of turmoil, Bieke Depoorter was in Egypt.
Away from the politics...