Tyranny

Nasser Kamel
Egyptian President Sisi shocked the world with a speech at the World Youth Forum. “Money is the most important thing in life,” Sisi has repeatedly claimed. But does that mean he can trample the constitution and auction an entire nation and its people to the highest bidder?
Carmen Kareem
When my first article was published, I felt like I was under surveillance, and feared I might be interrogated at any moment. The same feeling haunted me with subsequent articles, along with nightmares about the Syrian security forces and its notorious dungeons, the moment of being arrested, escape, being pursued, and the inability to hide.
Samer Al-Qernshawi
It really strikes me when somebody brings up the Pan-Arabism legacy without first pondering how our countries were run by those who ruled in its name, or worse: they continue to justify, find excuses or make light of its catastrophic mistakes…
Diana Moukalled
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.
Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
When most confident speeches spewing out of politicians are often followed by tragic events, the totalitarian citizen is left feeling unsafe, insecure, and constantly in a ‘survival of the fittest’ mental state, much like a longtime victim of abuse.
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