Monday, February 7, 2011

Tahrir Square Story

A warm nugget from this morning New York Times survey of Cairo as it begins to return to normal, whatever that will be:
Protesters in the square, meanwhile, sought to dispel the notion that their ostensibly secular, liberal movement might contain seeds of extremism. Coptic Christians held a Mass there while Muslims stood guard, repaying a favor that Christian protesters did for Muslims on Friday.

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