Tarek Shahin (born 1982) is an Egyptian cartoonist. He is best known as the author and illustrator of the comic strip 'Al Khan', which first appeared on the pages of The Daily News Egypt newspaper in 2008 and continues to run independently on the series' website.
Shahin's satirical work in the 2000s - a time of relative political suppression in Egypt - has been associated with the young liberal movement which would ultimately lead to political regime change in the country in 2011.
- "Al Khan by Tarek Shahin". Al Khan Comics.
- "Nothing compares to Egypt (or does it?)". Menassat. 3 September 2008.
- "Opposition mit dem Zeichenstift". Der Tagesspiegel. 14 April 2009.
- "Tarek-Shahin London Book Fair 2012 Speakers". London Book Fair.
- "Comedy in the Middle East?". Free Word Centre.
- "Alumnus Cartoonist Breaks New Ground". AUC Egypt News. 7 April 2009.
- "Current Comics In The Middle East: No Laughing Matter". Paul Gravett. 22 January 2012.
- "Redemption: An Al Khan Series - Part One". Al Khan Comics.
- "As You Were (Al Khan 4) Tarek Shahin on Amazon".
- Al Khan Comics
- Redemption: An Al Khan Series
- Rise (p. 2011)
- As You Were (p. 2014)
- The Daily News Egypt
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