Amal Ghandour achieved a BSFS from Georgetown University, a MS from Stanford University, and has over 16 years of experience in research and communications strategy. She is the author of About This Man Called Ali, published in 2009, and her blog can be found at http://thinkingfits.blogspot.com
On Women and the Egyptian UprisingAmal Ghandour tells the fascinating story of the modern Middle East and its women, a story that is at its most nervous in Egypt and its most daring in Iran
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Cairo - A Poem
The Creation Of Democracy Requires Courage, Honesty And Truth
Striking Back At Egyptian Workers
Top 8 Lessons to be Learned from Benjamin Netanyahu’s Washington Visit
Integration Not Ideology - The Toulouse Killing is Unrelated to Islam
Proposals for the Improvement of the Quality of Egyptian Education
What is to give Light
Where Will the Muslim Brotherhood Take Egypt’s Economy?
Egypt’s Beard Complex
An immediate roadmap for the Egyptian opposition
The Day After
Finding the trend in transition
Trafalgar has much in common with Tahrir
The Economic Future of Egypt’s Revolution
Top Five Things Morsi has to Do if Egypt is to Succeed
The Muslim Brotherhood's Trial of Pluralism
An open letter to Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei
Egypt's Daunting Economy
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