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TOPIC Rabea al-Adaweya anniversary
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Fear and oblivion before the violent Rabea dispersal, celebration and denial afterward
Donya Ezzat | A journalist revisits her interviews with officials, sit-in participants and opponents
Shawkan’s place: Between memory and hope
Leena ElDeeb | Shawkan's family, surrounded by photographs of him, are still clinging to hope
Witnessing a massacre
Heba Farouk Mahfouz, Lina Attalah, Mosa’ab Elshamy and Sharif Abdel Kouddous | Four Egyptian journalists reconstruct the Rabea al-Adaweya sit-in dispersal
The famous yellow Rabea logo: What has it achieved?
Mohamed Hamama | The Rabea logo was not birthed spontaneously; it was the work of a specialized team.
Questions about June 30: Who were we and what were we thinking? Part 2
Writers and researchers gathered at Mada to share their thoughts about their positions on June 30.
2 years later: Who is to blame for Rabea?
Mai Shams El-Din | Two years after the bloody dispersal of the Rabea al-Adaweya protest camp that claimed the lives of more
Living in the aftermath
Dalia Rabie | At the height of the dispersal of the Rabea al-Adaweya sit-in, a group of 20 friends stood in the field
Breakfast with Mada: Mosaab Elshamy on Rabea, photography and memory
Lina Attalah | Mosaab Elshamy, a photojournalist trained as a pharmacist, provided an indelible photographic document
 
Opinion
Dina Wahba
Rabea: How do we live with ourselves after witnessing a massacre?
Most Egyptians have constructed narratives around Rabea in order to deal with what happened
Tamer Waguih
Cairo, massacres and our history
But the trauma of Rabea will never heal unless it is drawn out of the circles of polarization and negation.
Laura Bird
Guarding sites of memory
There is an indelibility of violence, as with other massacres, that is in some ways more deeply reinforced
 
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News
HRW urges Egypt’s parliament to conduct impartial investigation into Rabea deaths
Pro-Brotherhood groups fight to keep memory of Rabea alive, others work to wipe it away
On Rabea anniversary, rights groups release slew of statements calling for justice
Muslim Brotherhood remembers Rabea in English, but less so in Arabic
2 killed in Giza clashes on Friday
State officials, party leaders lambaste HRW report on Rabea dispersal
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