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The Culture of Football
Thoraia Abu Bakr examines Egyptian views on national team`s soccer loss to Ghana.
In Pictures: Al-Azhar Pro-Morsi Students Clash with Police
Daily News Egypt publishes photos of Al-Azhar students` clash with police.
Brotherhood Criticises West’s “Hypocrisy”
Brotherhood in weekly speech criticizes western powers on their stances post 30 June uprisings.
Egypt Parallel Constitution
Sawsan Gad offers nine principles to apply to the new constitution.
Clashes Erupt at Al-Azhar University
Anti-military protests dispersed by security forces on the beginning of school at Al-Azhar University.
Low-level Brotherhood Leader Arrested in Suez
Hamdi Ayoub, Muslim Brotherhood leader, arrested in Suez.
Does Egypt Need A Magles Al-Shura?
Gianluca Parolin argues Magles Al-Shura should not be terminated unless it cannot perform its designated functions.
Sinai: Can the Truth be Told?
Drew Brammer focuses on innocent civilians caught amidst the Egyptian military`s "war on terror".
Ultras Ahlawy March to demand Release of Members
Hundreds of football supporters marched to the Hight Court in Cairo on saturday to demands the release of twenty-five members arrested last Sunday.
Car Bomb Near Egypt Army Intelligence Building Wounds Six
Five soldiers and one man killed in the explosion on Saturday.
Why are Egyptians Sad?
Sarah El-Rashidi analyzes why Egypt was ranked 130th happiest nation out of 156 according to a report published by the UN.
Who Represents Egyptians?
Tarek Radwan analyzes Egypt`s electoral politics following 30 June protests.
CC On the Walls
Jano Charbel focuses on the political graffiti that started to become visible on the streets of Cairo post 30 June uprisings.
Protest Law Bans Sit-Ins, Allows Harsh Security Measures
New passed law impasses restrictions on right to demonstrate.
Has Egypt Lost the Plot?
Sarah al-Sirgany argues that Egyptians have forgotten about the true reason of the 30 June uprisings.
Nour Party: Don’t Blames Islamists For Brotherhood’s Mistakes
Al-Nour Party distances itself from Muslim Brotherhood in an interview with the head of party.
Moussa: Relationship with West has Suffered After 30 June Revolution
Egypt-US relations are unstable post 30 June uprisings, according to Amr Moussa.
Back to the Sea
Gabriele Del Grande focuses on smuggling networks between Libya and Egypt.
Protest Law Causes Disagreement within Cabinet
Disagreements on protest law as it leads to restrictions on demonstrations in the country.
Jared Malsin focuses on the new restrictions Gaza fishermen face post-Morsi’s removal from power.
In Seach of Fair Trail
Naira Antoun focuses on military trails against civilians post-Moris’ disposal.
Homeless in Nubia
Hiba Afify writes about her two-day visit to Aswan.
Egypt Used ‘Live Ammo’ Against Morsi Backers
Amnesty International criticizes lethal use of force by the government against pro-Morsi protester.
Shehab Fakhry Ismail argues that political street art in Cairo is not viewed as art.
Missing the Sunrise on Mount Saint Catherine
Hibab Afify describes her journey in climbing Mount Saint Catherine in the Sinai Peninsula.
Minister says NGO Control is Inevitable, Temporary
Civil society organizations will undergo temporary government control, Minister of Social Solidarity said.
Police arrest 19 Ultras
Police arrest nineteen members of the Ultras football fans following clashes on Sunday.
Senior Brotherhood Figure Walid Haddad Arrested
Brotherhood key figure arrested on Monday.
Latest Mediation Between Islamists and Egypt Govt Reaches Stalemate
Reconciliation efforts between interim government and Muslim Brotherhood stagnate.
The Odd One Out
Jhad Kalil analyzes Nour Party’s interaction with the state as the main representative of Islamists.
Egypt Police Fire Teargas at Alexandria Pro-Morsi Protesters
Security forces dispersed pro-Morsi protesters in Alexandria with tear gas.
الجماعة الإسلامية تطرح مبادرة تتضمن تنازلا عن عودة مرسي وانتخابات بإشراف دولي
Al-Jama’a Al-Islamiyya offers reconciliation proposal guarantees letting go of Morsi and holding elections under international supervision.
ممثل الكنيسة الكاثوليكية في «لجنة الـ50»: «المادة 219» لا تُعبّر عن الإسلام
Orthodox Church representative in the fifty-member constitutional committee says Article 219 does not represent Islam.
«أبو عيطة»: شروط «الإخوان» للمصالحة «خيال وجنون»
Kamal Abu Eta, Minister of Labor Force and Immigration, says Muslim Brotherhood’s terms to reach national reconciliation are unattainable.
طارق غطاس: رسالة إلي الفريق السيسي
Tarik Ghattas argues that Al-Sisi in power would hurt the revolution.
من أجل مزيد من التصنيف
Bassem Youssef says new constituion will lead to racism and hatred.
الشعب المصري اضطر الحكومة للجوء إلى قانون التظاهر.. مع أم ضد؟
Nosam Moustafa presents two points of view on those who are with and agaisnt protest law.
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رؤية نقدية لتعديلات لجنة العشرة على دستور2012
Tamer Wageeh analyzes draft constitutional.
ملف من الأرشيف: نصر حامد أبو زيد
Profile on Nasr Hamed Abu Zaid.
نقد الخطاب الديني
Jadaliyya Arabic editors provide an excerpt from Egyptian intellect Nasr Hamed Abu Zaid’s book “Critiques on Religious Discourse”.
Journey Around My Living Room by Hala Elkoussy
Exhibition by Egyptian artist Hala Elkhoussy (video).
الخروج من الأزمة أم تعميقها؟: تأمل في خريطة المرحلة الانتقالية الجديدة
Mohamed Naeem reflects on the transitional period Egypt is going through.