“I am here because the military is ruling,” said 55-year-old Cairene Khaled El-Fishawy.
The man is standing in a Cairene street framed by a large, attractive Art Deco building in the background.
With their open shops of gay woolen stuffs, they vividly recall Cairene bazaars.
George Trent had gone to a Cairene theatre, and she and Roger were alone together.
The decision of the British Government came therefore as a complete surprise to the Cairene authorities.
But the visitors, although a welcome addition, do not entirely make up Cairene society.