Reem Saad: Interviews, Books, and Radio

War Institutions, and Social Change in the Middle East








Reem Saad

(NPR) Radio with Quotes
“The movement that started after the murder of Khaled Said was primarily a youth movement, or at least it was led by the youth and it started with the Facebook groups.[These are] very new ways of resistances that are totally unconventional and the authorities didn’t know how to deal with it.” -Saad, Feb. 7th, 2011
Many Egyptian Protesters Say They Fear Retaliation 

“It’s really very opaque, what is happening. But we would really like to see more stronger signs that there is a change in the regime, and these have not been forthcoming with the speed they should have…A large part of the regime is still in place. We’re still with the same cabinet and the army. We’re still with the same leadership in the very important places.”- Saad, Feb. 18th, 2011
Egyptians Mark ‘Day of Victory’ as Concerns Grow

“It is unprecedented that just a young woman from Upper Egypt comes out and challenges the military and the patriarchal order in a way that is very difficult for someone in her position.”- Saad, March 29, 2012
Egyptians Push to End Military’s Trials of Civilians