Is it a Persian theatrical play?

f Gaza.   Other Arab comments, especially official ones, did not bring anything new. For instance, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry described the recent developments as a dangerous escalation, directly resulting from what Egypt had repeatedly warned against—the dangers of conflict escalation due to Israel’s war on Gaza. The UAE contented itself with demanding a halt […]

Gaza War: Catalyst for Public Discourse Opening in Egypt?

This report examines whether the Gaza War has triggered a significant shift towards greater openness in public discourse within Egypt, exploring recent protests at the Journalists Syndicate and the role of women activists in leading these demonstrations. Since 2013, the Egyptian authorities have begun to activate a more restrictive system, succeeding in suppressing protests in […]

Going Beyond Magic: How To Understand Hamas?

In the wake of widespread coverage of Israeli atrocities in Gaza, three pro-Israel American moguls convened to raise funds for a campaign aimed at mitigating the anticipated backlash against the Jewish State. No wonder the three men have right-wing leanings, as the one who came up with the idea is the real estate and financial […]

My Grandmother’s Wardrobe, Keys, And Tears

I was three years old when my mother and I moved to live with my maternal grandmother, Hamida, in Borj al-Barjneh, a suburb of Beirut, at the beginning of 1950, because my father was on a six-month course at Marconi College in the city of Chelmsford to the north of London, updating his knowledge on […]

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