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Interview with Arab rappers Ibn Thabit and Deeb, Part 2

In the second part of the interview, Libyan rapper Ibn Thabit and Egyptian rapper El Deeb tell openDemocracy's Bassam Gergi, Mazen Zoabi and Rosemary Bechler what their next steps are, what brought Egyptians and Libyans together, and how they are learning from one another.

Before speaking at the event 'Rap and the Arab Spring', co-hosted by openDemocracy and the University of East London, Libyan rapper Ibn Thabit and Egyptian rapper Deeb sat down with openDemocracy to discuss the symbolism behind Tahrir Square and how it has impacted on their rap. In this second part, they discuss what unified the revolutionaries and what their next steps are as artists and activists. Watch the video to find out more...

This is the second of a three part interview.

Part 1 and Part 3.

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