"Oh My…. The Revolution Continues"
In Walid Taher’s latest for Al-Shorouk, he suggests that the anniversary of President Morsi’s inauguration might sprout a new uprising. In comparison with the other caricatures in today’s independent press, Taher strikes an optimistic tone. 
Says Taher: “My work in general is not aggressive—it’s more about a calm sarcasm, or sarcasm related to the subject, not the person. It’s like if a fat person is saying nonsense, I like to comment on the nonsense part and ignore that he is fat.”
For an update on the mood in Cairo, read Nour Youssef’s new post in the Arabist. Zeinobia blogs about who went to the streets yesterday.

"Oh My…. The Revolution Continues"

In Walid Taher’s latest for Al-Shorouk, he suggests that the anniversary of President Morsi’s inauguration might sprout a new uprising. In comparison with the other caricatures in today’s independent press, Taher strikes an optimistic tone. 

Says Taher: “My work in general is not aggressive—it’s more about a calm sarcasm, or sarcasm related to the subject, not the person. It’s like if a fat person is saying nonsense, I like to comment on the nonsense part and ignore that he is fat.”

For an update on the mood in Cairo, read Nour Youssef’s new post in the Arabist. Zeinobia blogs about who went to the streets yesterday.

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