Wednesday, 26 Oct, 2011
Early one morning last week, 21-year-old Ali al-Halaby was spray painting some political graffiti onto the wall of a building in Nasr City, northern Cairo.
The young man was doing a spot of publicity on behalf of April 6, the youth movement which was so instrumental in helping to bring about the fall of Hosni Mubarak. His motif warned voters about the remnants of the fallen President’s party, the NDP.
But although the building did not belong to the military or government, al-Halaby w...