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Salma Shukrallah and Zeinab Gundy
In unprecedented fashion, 2011 was the year of political debate in Egypt. But not every political question found an answer For Egyptians, 2011 was the year of momentous political change. Starting with The Two Saints Church bombing in Alexandria on New Year's Eve, which left many wondering to what extent Mubarak's regime was using the Coptic minority to distract people's attention from its own corruption, then the January revolution, the year opened a field of political ...Keep Reading »
Salma Shukrallah and Zeinab Gundy write for Ahram Online.
"The dominators are militarily strong, but politically vulnerable... The fact that the Israeli economy is not dependent on Palestinian labour may mean that the international BDS campaign is even more important than in South Africa... unfavourable power balances can be altered by effective citizens’ campaigns."click | email | tweet