These young Egyptians led a revolution. Now their frustrations are mounting under Sisi.

b_179_129_16777215_00_images_EGY130712aa003.jpegMohamed Soliman first witnessed state-imposed repression in Egypt at an anti-government demonstration when he was 12 years old.

“My uncle was a political scientist and a human rights advocate,” said Soliman, 25, who now works with the liberal Al-Dostour (Constitution) Party as a political officer. “The cops came to the peaceful protest with their sticks. They beat my uncle and dragged him through the streets to make an example of him. The idea was to deter future protests.”

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