A lone couple walked on the Sultan al-Muayyad mosque in Cairo. “Egyptians said they had a leaderless revolution, and they were so happy about it then,” said Emad Shahin, a professor at Notre Dame who studies political movements there. “They are now paying a price for that.” (via In Egypt, Tourism Remains in a Tailspin – Slide Show – NYTimes.com)

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