From the Editors
B M Sabry
While it is important to understand what advantages Islamists had in the elections, it is also important to understand where liberal and secular forces failed. “Panicked” does not even begin to describe the feelings of many of Egypt’s more liberal and secular citizens. The results of the first and second rounds of the nation’s first apparently free parliamentary elections have been nothing but cause for serious existential introspection for the country’s entire liberal ...Keep Reading »
B M Sabry writes for Ahram Online.
"The current AKP government has been referencing Europe and its associated symbolisms to justify its various pro-capital, pro-security, and paternalistic policies. Is it viable, then, to draw from the same sources to scrutinize the legitimacy of those policies and to suggest alternatives?"click | email | tweet