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features
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
Blog: The court again
Lina Attalah | The east Cairo Police Academy gives off a more serious vibe than its Tora counterpart when it temporarily
Imprisoned activist Alaa Abd El Fattah speaks from Tora
Ahdaf Soueif | Alaa Abd El Fattah, outspoken software tecchie, blogger and political activist, has spoken to the media
Activists, lawyers brace for verdict in Shura Council case
Omar Said | The Cairo Criminal Court is due to issue its verdict in the Shura Council case at the Torah Police Academy
Between prisons
Lina Attalah | This conversation is part of issue 1 of Status Hour, an emerging collaborative monthly audio journal
On hunger strikes: A brief background
A growing number of Egyptian prisoners have joined a widespread wave of hunger strikes, including well-known
Starving for justice
Heba Afify | Fatigued by a year of void legal processes and deprivation of basic rights, political prisoners are attempting
Sanaa Seif and a generation that protects the revolution
Lina Attalah | “Each one of us, after this experience of the revolution, has something to say,” said Sanaa
Behind bars, with no hope and no despair
Heba Afify | Since his release on bail in March, Alaa Abd El Fattah has been putting things in order before his inevitable
 
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Opinion
Ahmed Naji
About Alaa: Prison isolates and so does your silence
Ahmed Naji, who was briefly jailed with Alaa, on remembering and not forgetting
Jillian C. York
On Alaa and cross-border solidarity
The first in a series of reflections on Alaa Abd El Fattah from his friends and colleagues
Alaa Abd El Fattah
A profile of the activist outside his prison
"I’ve realized that every struggle is an opportunity for understanding"
 
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News
Final verdict issued to uphold activist Alaa Abd El Fattah’s 5-year prison sentence
Criminal court postpones verdict for ‘insulting judiciary’ case
Twitter backlash against jailed activist Alaa Abd El Fattah ensues
Timelines turn red in support of activist Alaa Abd El Fattah and other detainees
Update: Activists Yara Sallam, Sanaa Seif released from prison
Alaa Abd El Fattah interrogated for ‘insulting the judiciary’
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Cartoons
Cartoon: Learn from the best
Hicham Rahma |  Mubarak: "Alaa, listen — steal and you get honored, protest and you get harmed."
Cartoon: Prelude
Andeel | Caption: 15 years in prison for Alaa Abdel-Fattah