Highlights Thought-provoking book by one of the most important and popular voices of the Egyptian revolution
Timely and relevant: a must-read for anyone interested in the recent events in Egypt and the reasons behind the downfall of Mubarak
Written by a well-known and award-winning Egyptian screenplay writer, columnist and TV host
This collection of lively political satires and essays represents some of Bilal Fadl’s most important work in the three years leading up to the 2011 Egyptian revolution
Bilal Fadl was one of the very few critical voices writing in the Egyptian
press under the regime of Hosni Mubarak, when most of the press and media were censored and opposition newspapers shut down. These articles provide an invaluable insight into the final, decadent and extreme years of Mubarak’s rule.
Volume 1 covers the background from 2008 to 2010.
After graduating with honours from Cairo University in 1995, Bilal Fadl worked as a journalist, screenplay writer, columnist and TV host. He writes a popular daily column for the Egyptian daily, Al-Tahrir, and presents a weekly talk show on Al-Tahrir TV channel. Known for his biting commentary, he is viewed as one of driving spirits of the Egyptian revolution.