Posts About Egypt
Obama spoke of our worlds as they are, not as Fox television, Israeli zealots, or neo-conservative simpletons try to paint us. But his Washington is still obsessed with "Islam" at the expense of sensible policies.
What is all this death and destruction supposed to accomplish, from the Israeli perspective?
Who will dare to expose the collective amnesia and hypocrisy of the Middle East today?
Islamist parties looking to gain mainstream support are changing their attitudes toward women.
Egyptian filmmaker Yousry Nasrallah on the challenges facing writers and filmmakers in Egypt.
For sure-fire commercial success in the Middle East, brand your product "Islamic."
Unlike the rest of the world, the Middle East has little confidence in either presidential candidate.
It's rare to hear of a human rights violation, a political event or a major incident in Egypt that isn't accompanied with a mobile phone video published on Youtube.
A French socialist, a Cuban dissident and an Egyptian novelist.
A thrilling equation in the Arab world: one man/woman + internet = very angry dictator.
Egypt has detained a number of its citizens for using the social networking site Facebook to organize anti-government protests. What online sites are most effective in influencing politics -- and is the impact positive?...
Egypt talks about a Facebook revolution, but the reality is far more complicated.
Egypt talks about a Facebook revolution, but its reality is far more complicated.
Get over this headscarf obsession and move on to women’s issues that need more attention.
Whether Americans choose “competence” or “change” later this year, it seems one Mubarak or another will be waiting to receive them.
Egypt celebrates Coptic Christmas in a much more serious fashion than does the West.
Don’t look to Annapolis to heal the Middle East – look to the young.
Annapolis needs a present-day Anwar Sadat. Will anyone be so bold?
When military power is justified as necessary for the survival of the regime, it often comes at the expense of democracy.
Hard as it may seem, I can understand people rejecting change and determined to continue to live as the Prophet lived in the 14th century. But what I cannot understand is how they are able to twist the words and actions of the Prophet, in whom they so vehemently believe, and commit such inhuman crimes in his name.