Though relatively small in number, the master’s students represent the nexus of problems currently gripping the Middle East’s most populous nation.CAIRO — On a warm spring day in late March this year, a now rare site gripped the upper reaches of Cairo’s Kasr al-Aini Boulevard leading to Tahrir Square.

Despite contravening a now infamous 2013 law that effectively bans street protest in Egypt, such protests do continue.Almost all have been met with force, including a protest in late 2015 that briefly shut down Tahrir Square in a cloud of tear gas.“It’s my right to call for a job, and yet they arrest me,” said Mahmoud Abu Zeid, a 25-year-old law graduate from Tanta University in Gharbia governorate in the middle of the Nile Delta.



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