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Lexicon of a revolution’s insults
Andeel | A dictionary of labels invented after January 25, 2011, compiled by Andeel.
A new, but not so new, regime
Jahd Khalil | Mada Masr speaks with Joshua Stacher, assistant professor of political science at Kent State University,
Between brothers and sisters
Mai Shams El-Din | Thousands of former President Mohamed Morsi’s supporters were marching through the streets of Heliopolis when
The Brotherhood, before and after
Jahd Khalil | Last year, shortly after the recently deposed Mohamed Morsi was elected president, I met a man who I
Persisting Brothers
Nadine Marroushi | In this Q&A , Amr Darrag, secretary of foreign relations with the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom
Quest for legitimacy
Amr Darrag is a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood who most recently served as minister of planning
What’s in a president?
Ali Abdel Mohsen | Sure, the national anthem’s great and everything — but for an entire generation of Egyptians there’s
And where do the workers stand?
Jano Charbel | Since the events of June 30, divisive fault lines have emerged within the country’s trade unions and
Less than a warzone
Mohamad Salama Adam | Mohamed Soleiman is a resident of Masoura, a neighborhood in the Sinai border town Rafah. Last Saturday
 
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Opinion
Timothy E. Kaldas
Hypocrisy abounds
One sad truth about politics in Egypt today — and there are many — is the extraordinary abundance
Karim Medhat Ennarah
The politics of mobilization and demobilization (Part 1)
On the anniversary of the demise of one form of political authority, I find myself contemplating the
Alfred Raouf
Egypt’s future: Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Joker
The scene in Egypt is nothing less than a complicated mess: there are several forces, shifting alliances,
 
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News
Activist groups reject MB call to unite
Deadly conflict between militants, security in Sinai
Reinstated prosecutor general resigns
Presidential spokespeople, ministers resign
In Tahrir, protesters out to save the state
 
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