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by: Yahia Hamed 2013-7-8
Massacres, censorship, mass arrests, the toppling of Mohamed Morsi, a leader dedicated to dialogue: this is the true face of a military coup..

by: Ahdaf Soueif 2010-9-15
As Egypt moves towards its parliamentary elections in November, each day brings fresh evidence of the profound problems now endemic in our political life...

2010-8-22
Facebook images of an Israeli servicewoman posing with blindfolded Palestinians have caused a storm. Now two former female conscripts have spoken out about their own experiences..

2010-8-11
It's Ramadan, but the Egyptian police continue to practise brutality and torture. This year, they should set a better example..

by: Jack Shenker 2010-6-25
Mohamed ElBaradei, the former head of the UN nuclear watchdog, joined about 4,000 Egyptians at a rare large-scale street protest today, in his most direct challenge to President Hosni Mubarak since returning to the country earlier this year...

by: Jack Shenker 2010-6-25
Mohamed ElBaradei, the former head of the UN nuclear watchdog, joined about 4,000 Egyptians at a rare large-scale street protest today, in his most direct challenge to President Hosni Mubarak since returning to the country earlier this year...

2010-6-17
Wikileaks has said it plans to release a video of a US air strike in Afghanistan which allegedly killed many children. Photograph: public domain The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks says it plans to release a secret military video of one of the deadliest US air strikes in Afghanistan in which scores of children are believed to have been killed...

by: # Ian Black, Middle East editor 2010-5-13
Hosni Mubarak is unlikely to have been too badly discomfited by Barack Obama's expression of mild disappointment at the renewal of Egypt's controversial emergency law...

by: Lizzy Davies 2010-4-24
A Muslim woman has accused French police of attacking her freedom after she was fined for wearing a niqab while driving in the city of Nantes...

by: Madeleine Bunting 2010-4-24
Drums, loudhailers, chanting slogans. It is a very old-fashioned kind of politics that can be heard on the high street in Kings Heath, Birmingham...

by: Jack Shenker in Cairo 2010-4-3
Western governments risk creating a new generation of Islamist extremists if they continue to support repressive regimes in the Middle East, the former head of the UN nuclear watchdog, Mohamed ElBaradei, has told the Guardian...

by: Bibi-Aisha Wadvalla 2010-3-23
Why we're on strike at IslamOnlineNew management in Qatar has hijacked our pluralist site in an attempt to make us follow a hardline agenda...

by: Roger Hardy 2010-3-16
Islamism is widely misunderstood in the west. It has its roots in a reaction to the global politics of the 20th century...

by: # Samuel Charap and Brian Katulis 2010-3-9
Critics argue that the recent International Atomic Energy Agency report proves that the Obama administration's policy of engagement has been a waste of time, allowing Iran to make progress toward a bomb without feeling the pain of tougher sanctions..

by: Khaled Diab 2010-3-8
ElBaradei has been persuaded, through grassroots activism, to come home and launch a campaign to clean up the country's radioactive political decay after nearly three decades of toxic rule by the Hosni Mubarak regime...

by: Inayat Bunglawala 2010-3-4
The Islamic Forum Europe has been criticised for 'taking over' a London council. But the case against it doesn't stand up...

by: Joseph Mayton 2010-2-17
The recent ascension of Mohamed Badie as the eighth supreme leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood group has been met with widespread frustration among the movement's reform-minded younger generation...

by: Shahed Amanullah 2010-2-16
During the 2008 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton worked tirelessly to earn her party's nomination, yet it was Barack Obama who rode to office on a wave of goodwill. Which means now-Secretary of State Clinton must be feeling a sense of deja vu...

by: Nathan Coombs 2010-1-22
How can we explain the contradictions of the green movement in Iran – with a pro-Islamic Republic leadership in Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, but at the same time, a secular, vocal fringe in the grassroots street protests?..

by: Seumas Milne 2010-1-7
If an 85-year-old Holocaust survivor had gone on hunger strike in support of a besieged people in another part of the world, and hundreds of mostly western protesters had been stoned and beaten by police, you can be sure we'd have heard all about it...

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