Category Archives: Criticism

The myth of reconciliation

This post isn’t intended to offer answers or analyse the situation but it is more of laying down more unanswered questions. Lately, many voices started calling for initiatives for accepting reconciliation with the regime remnants of Mubarak’s era to be … Continue reading

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The media and the Egyptian revolution

Tahrir square became a symbol for freedom of expression, an inspiration for many movements and actions around the world whether in Libya, Syria, the occupy movement in the USA or south Europe. The international media convinced us the Egyptian revolution … Continue reading

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Hopeless ranting

Lately I have been trying to avoid writing about politics for several reasons. The political and sectarian polarization has reached a despicable level that makes me wonder where and how to start explaining what is going on in Egypt now. That … Continue reading

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‘Protecting the president’s legitimacy’

My article for Al-Arabiya English about the situation in Egypt.. you can read it Here

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The power of the people will prevail in Egypt

My second article on Bikya Masr about the situation in Egypt after Morsi’s decree The power of the people will prevail in Egypt.

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The battle for Egypt

2 days ago I published an article, here is it if you missed it. The battle for Egypt

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Sweden Democrats & Salafis

In Egypt, there is a political party called “ElNoor” literally translated to The Light party which is the most right-wing party in the former Egyptian parliament and it takes almost the same place on the political compass just as the … Continue reading

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