Stories by Elizabeth Rubin

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    The Feminists in Tahrir Square

    At the height of the protests in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, I saw the crowds cleaved by a stream of girls and young women in pink and blue veils. Men formed a shield around them so they could move through the square unimpeded. When a solitary man tried to join the procession, he was turned away: “No! This is the women’s revolution.”