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Egypt

Daraj
Celebrating Saied’s unconstitutional decisions is a dangerous signal, as is Ghannouchi’s choice to opt for a confrontation in the streets. Will the army remain idle?
Hala Nasreddine
Regardless of the reasons that prompted Saudi Arabia to target and wiretap the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, there is no legal or moral justification for what the Kingdom has done to its allies.
Hala Nasreddine
Despite the strong alliance between the two countries, especially after President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi assumed the presidency in 2014, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia follows a policy of mistrust of allies and enemies alike.
Hani Mohamad
Anything goes in Egypt’s theater of the absurd. Two young girls have been sentenced to up to 10 years behind bars for promoting the Likee app on TikTok. A Cairo judge qualified it as “human trafficking.”
Hani Mohamad
Sheikh Yacoub entered the Cairo Tora Court complex as a witness and was about to leave as either a terrorist or a traitor to his fans. He chose the latter. “I don’t know anything about Salafism,” he said.
Mourad Majed
In a country where being employed at two or three jobs to make ends meet is common, the Egyptian government’s economic policies are still a far cry from achieving any measure of social justice …
Tamer Mawafi
Following almost ten years of “cold war,” Cairo and Doha have embarked on a road of reconciliation. What perils and rewards lie ahead? What will be the consequences for the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Jazeera?
Eman Adel
The video of a Brazilian traveler harassing a veiled Egyptian girl has caused a furor on social media, and reignited the debate about the male orientalist gaze fetishizing Arab women.
Eman Adel
Despite a decade of detention, Albert Arieh clung on to living in Egypt during some its most difficult moments and refused to give up his nationality, even when the country’s Jews were pressured to leave.
Reed Matar
The Egyptian army does not allow people in North Sinai to carry weapons to protect themselves against ISIS. Yet, it also hardly intervenes to protect or negotiate the return of the kidnapped. Copts are particularly hard hit.
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