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Abdelrahman al-Gendy
From prison: Stars and the world
22-year-old Abdelrahman al-Gendy writes from Tora Prison
Amro Ali
Unhappiness and Mohamed Salah’s Egypt
Salah is a hero of disruption, a political voice without talking politics
Hani Sami
Archive: The art of hoarding at the end of the world
On the place of the archive and role of the artist at the end of the world
Mohamed Seif El Nasr
On the psychology of Arab crowds and the ethics of boycott
Popular boycott and public opinion in the Arab world matter
Selim Mohie
Mohamed Salah and the power to inspire dreams
Salah's story hits at the heart of struggles that Egypt has faced for years
Ayah Abdelhaleem
What does it mean to return, and return, and return?
On marching, hunger strikes and tennis rackets
Ali Atef, Leila Arman, Mariam Elnozahy, Mohammad Shawky Hassan, Nada Hasan, Omnia Sabry
52 questions about the archive
A playfully provocative exploration of archival processes
Hamza Abu Eltarabesh
Gaza journalists as targets for Israeli snipers
Everyone on the field is a target; neither a blue vest nor a white coat will spare you
Salma Shamel
Who told you history is an open buffet?
Salma Shamel discusses the entanglement of bureaucracy and emotion in the process of recordkeeping
Alaa Abd El Fattah
The birth of a bright new world (3): Who can compete with Uber?
'Uber's financing permits it to flood any market where it encounters competition'
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