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Jadaliyya Coverage of Egypt on 30 June 2013
The list of Jadaliyya articles covering various aspects of the 30 June protests.
Obsessed with Turkish Models in Egypt
Hesham Sallam argues that Gezi protests have given Egyptian activists with an opportunity to subvert official praise of the Turkish model.
Tamarod: Egypt`s Revolution Hones its Skills
Adel Iskandar says that the Tamarod campaign can be considered a success because of its unprecedented outreach, regardless of its outcome.
Gender and the People in Revolutionary Times
Sherene Seikaly explores the gendered mapping of the Egyptian people.
June to June: The More Things Change, The More They Remain The Same
Robert Springborg argues that the current set-up of cooperation between the US, the Brotherhood and the army is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain.
Egypt’s Ultras: No More Politics
Mohamed Elgohari argues that Ultras will no longer be engaged in political conflicts in Egypt.
Intimidation and Resistance: Imagining Gender in Cairene Graffiti
Mona Abaza explores different trends in portraying women in street art in Cairo.
Statement by Comrades from Cairo: We Can Smell the Tear Gas from Rio and Taksim to Tahrir
Comrades from Cairo say the struggles in Egypt, Brazil and Turkey have the potential to oppose the international regime of nation-states.
الديمقراطية التشاركية والثورات العربية
Mohammed Bamyeh discusses the concept of participatory democracy and its potential in Arab states.
What Happens on 30 June? The Silver Lining
Wael Eskandar argues that the military is unlikely to intervene and take power the way it did after the resignation of Hosni Mubarak.
Between Inaction and Complicity: The Shi‘a and the Brotherhood
Sherene Seikaly and Adel Iskandar say that although the Muslim Brotherhood is hostile towards the Shi’a, their systematic marginalization goes back to the previous regime.
!بحثّاً عن حلف تاريخي جديد
Tamer Wageeh says that the greatest danger to the Revolution is an unrevolutionary leadership.
Back to the Margins
Lina Attalah reflects on the characteristics that 30 June protests have taken on which the Revolution previously fought against.
Nostalgia, Hope, and Fear on the Path to 30 June
Mona Atia explores attitudes in the Egyptian society in the wake of the 30 June protests.
Should Egyptians Believe Morsi?
Heba F. El-Shazli points out that arguments in support of Mohamed Morsi staying in power wrongfully assume that he would observe democratic process.
Unpacking Anti-Muslim Brotherhood Discourse
MohamadElmasryclaims that Mubarak loyalists, secularists and liberals have driven the Egyptian public to demand the resignation of Mohamed Morsi using media.
قالوا عليّ ملحد
In its new rubric “Nagham” Jadaliyya presents Egyptian group Egy Lions Family and one of their songs.
حديثي مع الشيطان - الجزء الثاني
The second part of Amr Adly’s article on possible scenarios after 30 June protests.
Call for Papers -- DiverCities: Contested Space and Urban Identities in Beirut, Cairo, and Tehran (12-14 December 2013, Beirut)
Orient-Institut Beirut (OIB) and Goethe-Institut Beirut call for the submission of Urban Studies papers on Beirut, Cairo and Tehran.
No British Petroleum Gas Project without Our Consent (Video)
Mosireen’s investigation of BP’s construction of a plant despite opposition from local residents.
Sexual Torture is Systematic: from Mubarak and SCAF to the Muslim Brotherhood (Video)
Mosireen’s video tracing the use of sexual torture to deter and punish political dissent.
في الذكرى المئوية للمؤتمر العربي الأول : تساؤلات حول التاريخ والذاكرة والمستقبل
Noha Khalaf proposes rethinking the failure of Arab nationalism and the potential for reconsidering its ideas through the Arab Spring.
Upheavals in the Arab World Two Years On (Video)
The video of a panel discussion on the Arab Uprising in Egypt, Yemen and Bahrain.
لا جسد لا سياسة
Abdullah AlBayyari talks about the body as a target of repression and the recent attempts of the government to attack performance arts.
حديثي مع الشيطان
The first part of Amr Adly’s analysis of the currents situation in Egypt and potential for change with the June 30 protests.
هل يمكن تطوير الجدل حول المثلية الجنسية؟
Thabit Khayri discusses the current situation of the public discourse on homosexuality in Egypt.
Sultan of Sultans
Khalil Bendib’s take on recent trends of authoritarianism in Turkey, Egypt and Tunis.
Tahrir to Taksim: We Demand the Fall of the System (Video)
Mosireen’s video expressing solidarity with the protests in Turkey.
Ministry of Culture or Ministry of Intellectuals?
Khaled Fahmy says that the biggest problem of the Ministry of Culture is not Brotherhoodization but the belief of some intellectuals that the ministry is meant to serve them, not the general public.
The Body as a Site of Contest: Sherene Seikaly on the Gendered Exercise of Power and Resistance
Jadaliyya co-editor Sherene Seikaly and professor at the American University in Cairo talks about the body as a battleground during the Revolution.
Egypt`s Khaled Said: Three Years on, Still No Justice
Three years after the death of Khaled Said, his family still seeks justice, as the court prepares to retry the policemen responsible for the murder.
سيناء في ذكرى تحريرها: سيادة منقوصة وأجواء منتهكة وجنود مختطفون
Ismail Alexandrani puts the recent incident with the kidnapping of seven Egyptian soldiers in Sinai into the historical and geopolitical context.
التطوير على طريقة عبد المنعم سعيد
Lina Attalah and Tamer Waguih respond to the article of Abd Al-Moneim Said, head of Al-Masry Al-Youm, who claimed that the problem with Egypt Independent was a financial one.
Egypt Sentences Forty-Three NGO Staffers to One-Five Years in Prison
Twenty-seven of the indicted were tried in absentia.