Les hommes de l'ombre
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March 3, 2011
I come back from Egypt where I was able to go after the limitations of the french foreign office raised on the tourism.
This contact with Egyptians allowed me to comprehend in the same time the social and financial poverty of Egyptians but also their enjoyment, their warm welcome, their big sense of the hospitality to the foreigners and their feeling of freedom after Hosni Moubarak's departure.
In a country where everything remains to make to establish a real State subject to the rule of law, I shared with them this liberator and euphoric feeling whom every human being has to feel when he goes out of 30 years of dictatorship, gag and gaol...
Je reviens d'Égypte où j'ai pu me rendre dès les restrictions du ministère des affaires étrangères levées sur le tourisme.
Ce contact avec les égyptiens m'a permis d'appréhender à la fois la misère sociale et financière des égyptiens mais aussi leur joie, leur accueil chaleureux, leur grand sens de l’hospitalité envers les étrangers et leur sentiment de liberté après le départ d'Hosni Moubarak.
Dans un pays où tout reste à faire pour établir un véritable état de droit, j'ai partagé avec eux ce sentiment libérateur et euphorique que tout être humain doit ressentir lorsqu'il sort de 30 ans de dictature, de bâillon et de geôle...
Also by Christine Lebrasseur
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