After overthrowing the 30-year-old regime of Hosni Muburak in a historic 18-day revolution, Egypt continues to burn over a variety of issues. While anti-Mubarak sentiments still continue to run high as demonstrators stormed offices in Cairo to obtain incriminating documents against the former president, two other social issues have raised heads.
Religious clashes between Muslims and Christians erupted in the Egyptian capital on Tuesday night, after feminists were physically and sexually assaulted earlier in the day.
These developments come in line with the foretellings of the socio-political analysts that Egyptians face varying challenges following the successful revolution leading to the downfall of Mubarak. The range of tasks ahead would include cleansing of the corrupt empire built by Mubarak to fighting various forms of oppression.
Start the slideshow to see the photos of the post-revolution stir in Cairo: