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Monday, December 18,  2017
Life
Mirette F. Mabrouk

The multiple challenges faced by Egyptian women are best viewed through the assaults on their political participation and their basic rights in the constitution .

Joann Fletcher

Ancient Egyptians viewed their universe as a complete duality of male and female, hence their enlightened attitudes toward sexual equality.

Allegra O’Donoghue

If Egyptians continue to fight for their rights with the confidence and fervor that they sing and shimmy then my only concern will be applauding

Michael Kimmelman

Egyptians are figuring out anew how they relate to one another and to the city they have always occupied without quite fully owning — figuring out how to create that city for themselves, politically and socially.

REBECCA J. ROSEN

Is it possible they were too perfect?

Jayson Casper

The 22,000-strong village of Bayadia which is more than 90 percent Christian, had a single church for six different denominations, despite many applications for building permission.

Malak Zaalouk

As in most authoritarian systems, education during the past decades in Egypt denied Egyptians access to quality learning, and thus to the right to dignity and equity.

Nada Zaher

A utopian green environment isn’t necessarily one that is full of trees and open spaces; it is one that is compact, full of high side-by-side apartment buildings, and bustling with people.

Soraya Morayef

It’s a battle, being a woman in an Arab country, but perhaps the dire conditions makes us fighters. 

Nadia El-Awady

How one would explain the unspoken rules of Cairo traffic to a non-Egyptian trying to learn how to drive on the roads of our everyday craziness? Read on to find out!

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Rants

There’s No Grey in Our Flag

 “In the land of all black and all white, shouting grey is blasphemy;” and there are 80 million shades of grey in Egypt. Continue Reading

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EDITORIAL

Editorial – The Nile

It’s simple really, if we don’t save the Nile, everything else we are debating, discussing, arguing about will be irrelevant. Continue Reading

An open letter to Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei

I have the greatest respect and admiration for you. We can never forget that it was your courage and foresight that called for change and a transition...  Continue Reading

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Mish Fahem?

Mish Fahem?

Mish Fahems are stand-alone cartoons interspersed throughout the paper that humorously raise a specific question or point out an apparent contradiction,...  Continue Reading

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Polls

Removing the word "civil" from the Constitution will result in
 A military state
 A theocratic (religious) state
 A civil state
 Don''t care
Do you support holding football matches with fans attending?
 Yes
 No
 Don''t care
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