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by: Mona Eltahawy 2010-6-25
- When a young Egyptian died from what his family, activists and witnesses say was a savage police beating, many of his peers - the generation of Egyptians who have known no other leader than President Hosni Mubarak - protested and mourned in the way they know best: by going online...

by: Mona Eltahawy 2009-9-14
As deliberations began ahead of voting for the new culture chief of the United Nations, news surfaced last week that Egyptian police had arrested more than 150 people for allegedly breaking the daylight fast of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan...

by: Mona Eltahawy 2009-7-25
Pity the Uighurs -- the wrong kind of minority, the wrong kind of Muslims, fighting the wrong kind of enemy...

by: Mona Eltahawy 2008-8-19
For years Pakistan has been home to much that ails the Muslim world - coups, dictatorship, militancy, and corruption. Let’s recognize it now as home to judges and lawyers who won their stare-down with the dictator, says Mona Eltahawy. ..

by: Mona Eltahawy 2008-5-22
The Current Discussion: Egypt has detained a number of its citizens for using the social networking site Facebook to organize anti-government protests. What online sites are most effective in influencing politics -- and is the impact positive?..

by: Mona Eltahawy 2008-5-2
Generation Facebook is the godchild of two important developments that took off over the past three years in Egypt - an increasingly bold blogging movement and street activism. And on May 4, the young ‘Political Party of the Internet’ will lead a general strike for political reform - a birthday gift to eighty year-old autocrat Hosni Mubarak, says Mona Eltahawy. ..

by: Mona Eltahawy 2008-3-7
Khaled Hamza Salam and I are on opposite ends of the political spectrum. He is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest opposition movement, which wants to turn Egypt into an Islamic state...

by: Mona Eltahawy 2008-1-19
Egypt has lost its luster as America’s Middle East wrangler for peace and business deals. Now it’s a touristy backwater - and a perfect photo-op for Bush to praise his brand of ’civil society’, says Mona Eltahawy. ..

by: Mona Eltahawy 2008-1-4
“If it’s longer than three days, I want this message to reach everyone. I don’t want to be forgotten in jail,” wrote Fouad al-Farhan, a 32 year-old Saudi, to a friend in anticipation of his detention. ..

by: Mona Eltahawy 2007-10-26
Mubarak did become a target of assassins. A particularly close call came in Addis Ababa in 1995 when his armored car saved him from the determination of Egyptian terrorists. Without a vice president in place, Egyptians wondered what would have happened had those would-be assassins succeeded...

by: Mona Eltahawy 2007-9-5
t has been unsurprising that since Abdullah Gul became president of Turkey on 27 August that much misguided analyses has been wasted on how "Islamists" can pass the democracy test. His victory was bound to be described as the "Islamist" routing of Turkish politics...

by: Mona Eltahawy 2005-12-13

Is the Egyptian government at war with its people?

  
  
 
When riot police point rifles loaded with rubber bullets at Egyptians trying to vote we have to ask: Is the Egyptian government at war with its people?
When women huddle in a corner out of fear of these same security forces, we have to ask are we in Egypt or in Iraq, from where Arab media dai..