Leaving Egypt, With Regrets: The Evacuated Students Of Cairo

Feb 07, 2011 | Updated May 25, 2011

The other day, 19-year-old Dylan Sodaro was in line to register for classes at American University in Cairo. The Egyptian woman processing forms asked Dylan if he was Jewish. All week, people had been taking to the streets to criticize Hosni Mubarak, widely considered a friend to America and Israel. "Won't this hurt your people?" the Egyptian woman said. Dylan shrugged--at this point, he wasn't sure what the protests meant.

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