Portrait of Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918-1970) sits on a dresser in an apartment in Cairo. ‘Nasser’ as he’s referred to on the street, is symbolically the ‘Che Guevera’ equivalent of Egypt. Leading the 1952 Revolution and forming the Arab Socialist Union in 1962, Nasser’s image is a sign of progress and hope amongst young egyptians.

Portrait of Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918-1970) sits on a dresser in an apartment in Cairo. ‘Nasser’ as he’s referred to on the street, is symbolically the ‘Che Guevera’ equivalent of Egypt. Leading the 1952 Revolution and forming the Arab Socialist Union in 1962, Nasser’s image is a sign of progress and hope amongst young egyptians.