Egypt

Diana Moukalled- Lebanese writer and journalist
Hisham Talaat and Mohsen al-Sukkari live free today, because no one cares about seeking justice for a woman about whom many rumors were spread, after enough time has passed for people to forget all about her. So sure, allow the contractor to return to his stature, and release the murderous officer from prison..
Daraj
Lina was imprisoned again. The assiduous journalist, who was determined to accomplish the task assigned to her, the same way the Egyptian authorities were determined to restrict the work of the press and repress their freedoms.
Diana Moukalled- Lebanese writer and journalist
If we overlook the insulting and provoking reactions to appointing Tawakkol Kerman an Oversight Board member, we will be stunned by the shallow arguments, especially as these reactions did not come from those who care about democracy and freedom, but from opportunists..
Reed Matar
“Ramy Essam is not responsible for Shady’s death. It is the regime that is responsible for the imprisonment and death, there’s no need to lay the blame on Ramy and acquit the police, the regime and the jailers”.
Khaled El-Masri
This is my journey with a virus, that is no more than a few nanometers in size, which kept me home and terrified my whole neighborhood of me and my family. This is my journey with Corona.
Diana Moukalled- Lebanese writer and journalist
It’s the ideal time for weak and corrupt governments to do whatever they want to seek more power, while their citizens are spending their time and effort searching for protection, medical care, security as well as coping mechanisms to deal with self-isolation.
Mussa Youssef and Muhammad Ibrahim
The “Zamalek apartment” opened its door for us to track the smuggling of valuable pharaonic antiquities from the residence of an Italian citizen to a private shipping company where the stolen art is wrapped in parcels, loaded onto a container and transported from the port of Alexandria to Salerno in Italy.
Ahmad Hassan- Egyptian journalist
Malak al-Kashef has finally said goodbye to her previous life as Abdelrahman, the male body that was her prison for the first 19 years of her life. After a series of sex reassignment surgeries, she has declared victory over patriarchal norms
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني