Lina Attalah
 
 
Opinion
Lina Attalah
From boredom to labor and labor to boredom
We are 4 years old and still fighting boredom through the act of watching and producing
Lina Attalah
Migration as agency
There is a humbling courage required to risk riding the sea.
Lina Attalah
It’s time for laughter
Every day we try to think, analyze and articulate how those managing our lives are doing very little
 
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features
Witnessing a massacre
Heba Farouk Mahfouz, Lina Attalah, Mosa’ab Elshamy and Sharif Abdel Kouddous | Four Egyptian journalists reconstruct the Rabea al-Adaweya sit-in dispersal
Defeat’s possibilities: 3 activists recount 1967 as formative
Lina Attalah and Yasmin El-Rifae | 1967: the moment that fractured the new nationalism; politically formative for generations to follow
Another stream of synonyms: A conversation with Rana ElNemr
Lina Attalah | Talking about undermining the documentary, intuition, maps, clichés and curiosity.
While a bad year for civil society, all vow to find ways to continue
Lina Attalah | Facing intensifying restrictions, which may hurt the rule of law most, civil society workers vow to continue
To cope or to resist: How people deal with abruptly deteriorating economic conditions
Lina Attalah, Naira Antoun, Reem Saad and Yasmine M. Ahmed | Anthropologists Reem Saad and Yasmine M. Ahmed join Mada to discuss popular responses to economic hardship
EgyptAir MS804 crash: Why has Egypt delayed the return of victims’ bodies to France?
Lina Attalah and Omar Said | Five months after EgyptAir flight A320 crashed, Egypt hasn’t released the remains of passengers.
 
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News
Sinai: States of fear
Armed Forces say miracle HCV cure needs 6 months of further testing
Rabea, the day after
Protesters remain polarized as army deadline draws near