TOPIC Maspero
‘The Infiltrator’: Shedding light on the invisible hands
Heba Afify | Mohannad Galal has infiltrated the lines of state-serving civilians, seen aiding the military and police
The voice of Christians
Lina Attalah | In the Daher neighborhood, east of Cairo, signs and billboards in support of presidential candidate Abdel
A civil Coptic movement struggles in a polarized Egypt
Leyla Doss | On the evening of March 5, 2011, then 19-year-old Tony Sabry was sheltered beneath a blanket as he participated
The police are back, but for how long?
Mohamad Salama Adam | Perhaps the people happiest with humankind’s failure to turn the sci-fi legend of time machines
Why is Maspero different?
Sarah Carr | The months of 2011 are remembered less by their names than acts of violence — clashes of varying intensity
Omar Robert Hamilton
The City Always Wins
An excerpt from Omar Robert Hamilton's book
Mina Thabet
Maspero — the absence of justice
On October 9, 2011, I witnessed the Egyptian military brutally murder dozens of Coptic Christians, using
Sally Toma
My survivor’s guilt: Coping with the trauma of loss
I first met Mina Danial in Tahrir Square, following the bloody events of the Battle of the Camel.  
More Op-eds
Presenter Azza Hennawy after referral to trial: Now only space for hypocrites at Maspero
State TV anchor suspended for criticizing Sisi
Maspero2011: Archiving the memory of the Coptic protest’s violent dispersal
Sisi’s monthly speech summed up: The 10 most important issues addressed
Coptic activists outraged by pope’s remarks on Maspero massacre
Update: Sisi interview with Kuwait paper is fake, says campaign