Amira Elmasry

Amira Elmasry is a freelance researcher and translator.

Ibrahim Hodaiby
The Muslim Brotherhood in transition
Incitements to murder on some television channels affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, a growing number
Belal Fadl
The senile state (Part 2)
To forget is human. This is why you will still find those who think the rule of generals is the
Ismail Fayed
Notes on belly-dance
I’d like to make a few notes on belly-dance beyond the moral debate around justifying it as a non-sexual
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Hussein Sherbini objects: A review of ELECTRO CHAABI
Rami Abadir | While the album’s title may be misleading, for Sherbini’s music is far from mahraganat, he chose
The state’s moral authority
Omar Said | In an interview during the run-up to his election last year, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi asserted
No united front: Mixed messages from the Muslim Brotherhood on violence
Omar Said | Amid wide-scale social prejudice and a regime deploying its security apparatus to crackdown on the movement,
Suwaiqat al-Lala: From the ruling elite to the oppressed
نرمين خفاجي | A large part of Cairo’s history is engulfed in the alleyways of Sayeda Zeinab, the ancient neighborhood
Searching for new sound: Serious music and redefining authenticity
Rami Abadir | Redefining "authentic music" as serious music capable of introducing a new sound expands the scope of
What do the Tunisian elections tell us?
Omar Said | Since the start of the Arab uprisings over three years ago, regional onlookers have often turned to Tunisia
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HR lawyer explains legalities of university security measures
The ‘Grand Espionage Case’ to resume Tuesday