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But what would happen if a critical mass of former victims were to reject terrocrat words, were to stop believing them, were to attack and ridicule them, and were to carefully and judiciously stop obeying them?


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Since the 2011 uprising that overthrew Hosni Mubarak, Cairo’s exterior structures have become its canvas. On the third anniversary of that Egyptian Revolution, graffiti has exploded across the country, with Egyptian artists using their city’s walls to express everything from calls to revolution to outrage over sexual harassment.

There have also been many street graffiti initiatives and campaigns in Yemen. As armed groups and fighting spread, and the regions outside the state’s control grow, graffiti campaigns are increasingly used as ways to resist the violence and address the political conflict through art.

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