Egyptians refuse to be erased
Egyptians refuse to be erasedAfter the removal of graffiti on Mohamed Mahmoud Street, artists continue to protest through painting.
An Egyptian graffiti artist paints art work on a wall along Mohammed Mahmud Street close to Tahrir Square, in Cairo on September 19, 2012 during of a demonstration by some of the artists a day after the government whitewashed the murals adorning the walls. AFP/KHALED DESOUKI
Late Tuesday night, graffiti on the walls of Mohamed Mahmoud Street in Cairo were painted over following a government order. Nazly Hussein documented the incident below on the video streaming site Bambuser. The footage shows a man painting over the graffiti while Egyptian Central Security Forces (CSF) overlook the process.
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