Erin CunninghamSeptember 28, 2012 06:16
CAIRO — Or is it being airbrushed? Cairo's city government is cleaning up Egypt's symbolic center of protest. In it's most controversial move, workers, under the auspices of riot police, whitewashed a nearby wall that had been cloaked in colorful revolutionary graffiti. Young activists immediately repainted the wall, throwing up new, angry pieces chiding the government of President Mohamed Morsi for attempting to “erase” the revolution.