Hope For Stability Unites Egypt's Rich and PoorSarah A. Topol
In a small dusty village in the Egyptian governorate of Sharqiya, about 60 miles northeast of Cairo, Hanan Ibrahim rises at 6 a.m. to open the tiny shop her husband owns on one of the village’s few roads. She works until 11 p.m. every day, except Friday, to support their three children. Ibrahim has been nervous since the Jan. 25, 2011 uprising.
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