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George goda is 27 years old, a religious Christian from a middle class working as demonstrator at the advanced academy for modern computer scienc… Read More
George goda is 27 years old, a religious Christian from a middle class working as demonstrator at the advanced academy for modern computer science he did not participate in any political activities, refusing the revolution since its beginning staying in his room and refusing the constitution and staying in his room too. He was aggressively against the muslim brotherhood's being in the parliament and supporting the idea of coming back of the old regimen from his room too he did not come out to take any political action starting from demonstrations and ending with voting, dreaming of immigration he didnt refuse the chance of immigrating to Israel as it's a fair city that doesnt discriminate between him and others he did not smell the tear gas except for once when there was a sectarian troubles between Muslims and Christians which almost caused to burn his house when the police came and threw some tear gas, he did not come out from his room but the tear gas reached his there and that was the first time to smell it. Tahrir square is only some steps away from his house, sometimes he heard the chanting of the demonstrations and hear them telling him and others "come down and join us Egyptian" and he replies with scratching his ears as a sign of ignoring it. Read Less
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George Goda is 27 years old, from a middle class working as instructor at the Advanced Academy for Modern Computer Science. He did not participate in any political activities, refusing the revolution since its beginning and often stays in his room, refusing the constitution. He was aggressively against the Muslim brotherhood's ascension into parliament and he even supported the idea of returning to the old regime He has remained isolated in his room, which is downtown and near to all of the protests and the heart of political engagement. Tahrir square is only some steps away from his house, sometimes he heard the chanting of the demonstrations and heard them telling him and others "come down and join us Egyptian" and he replies with scratching his ears as a sign of ignoring it.
 
He did not smell the tear gas except for once when there were sectarian troubles between Muslims and Christians, which almost burnt his house when the police came and threw some tear gas, he did not come out from his room but the tear gas still reached him.
 
He dreams of emigrating from Egypt.
 
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