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    Painting for the human rights award Khaled Said‘s death stirred the youth of Egypt. After he was killed by Egyptian police he became a symbolic… Read More
    Painting for the human rights award Khaled Said‘s death stirred the youth of Egypt. After he was killed by Egyptian police he became a symbolic figure and face of the revolution. In September 2011 he was posthumously awarded with the Human Rights Award by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. During the award ceremony he was immortalized on two T-elements of the Berlin wall for the ‘Freedom Park’ project, painted by Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case together with Khaled Said‘s sister Zahraa Kassem. Read Less
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Painting for the human rights award
 
Khaled Said‘s death stirred the youth of Egypt. After he was killed by Egyptian police he became a symbolic figure and face of the revolution. In September 2011 he was posthumously awarded with the Human Rights Award by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. During the award ceremony he was immortalized on two T-elements of the Berlin wall for the ‘Freedom Park’ project, painted by Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case together with Khaled Said‘s sister Zahraa Kassem.