Video | Alaa Abd El Fattah: I studied failed revolutions
 
 

In an interview with Mada Masr (2 of 2), Alaa Abd El Fattah describes his prison conditions and his constant struggle to improve them. He discusses his post-release probation — which takes up 14 hours of his day — and how his son Khaled makes this bearable. Alaa also explains how he wrote his Uber articles while in prison, and his need to adjust his approach to attachment.

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