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Egyptian Revolution
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Virginity Tests: Time to Let Gender Out of the Revolution's Closet
Anushay Hossain | Posted 06.09.2011 | World
Read More: Egypt Protests, Muslim Women, Muslim Women's Rights, Violence Against Women, Politics Not as Usual, Egyptian Revolution, Tahrir Square, Arab Spring, World News
Virginity tests are nothing new to Egypt. It is described as something that straddles across class and urban/rural divides. But it becomes something entirely different when the state is conducting them.
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Egyptian Elections Report: Challenges With Democracy
Katie Naranjo | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: Egypt Protests, Egyptian Revolution, Egypt News, Egyptian Election, Egypt Riots, Arab Spring, World News
Questions from all interested stakeholders persist, the foremost among them: Who will stand as the voice for the Egyptian revolution?
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Egyptian Women and Palestinian Men Can Now Confer Egyptian Citizenship on Their Children
Katherine Franke | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: Palestinian Refugees, Palestine, Egypt, Women's Rights, Palestinians, Palestinian Citizenship, Egyptian Citizenship, Mansour Al-Issawi, Egyptian Revolution, World News
The overthrow of Mubarak in Egypt has ushered in a number of important paradigm changes. One of them is a refiguration of Egypt's relationship to Israel/Palestine.
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Time to Talk to Egypt's Islamists
Mohamed Elmenshawy | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: Human Rights, Egypt, Muslim Brotherhood, Arab Spring, Elections, Islamists, Speech, Obama, Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, Egyptian Islamists, Right Wing, Al Wasat, Egyptian Revolution, World News
The Egyptian right wing forces should work toward proving the compatibility of Islam and democracy and the concept of citizenship' rights in order to foster a positive image inside and outside Egypt.
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Sermons of the Revolution: Religious Emotions at the Tahrir Square Mosque
H.A. Hellyer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Read More: Egypt Protests, Egypt Revolution, Tahrir Square, Interfaith Egypt, Egyptian Revolution, Muslim Mourning, Egyptian Unity, Omar Makram, Religion in Egypt, Tahrir Square Mosque, Religion News
Omar Makram is known all over the Arab world because his is the mosque on the edge of Tahrir Square.
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Coptic Christians In Egypt: Standing At The Crossroads
Mirette Bahgat | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Read More: Egypt, Egypt Protests, Egypt Revolution, Coptic Christians, Tahrir Square, Egypt Riots, Egyptian Revolution, Egypt Religion, Christian-Muslim Relations, Religion News
As days passed and protests moved forward, many Christians realized that much of the oppression and persecution that fell on them was from the corrupt government and not from their fellow Muslim citizens.
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Stolen King Tut Artifacts Found
The Huffington Post | Melinda Brocka | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Read More: Tutankhamun, Artifacts, Cairo, King Tutankhamun, Egypt, Egyptian Artifacts, Egyptian Antiquities Minister, Antiquities, Tahrir Square, Egyptian Museum, Looted Antiquities, Egyptian Protests, Zahi Hawass, King Tut, Egyptian Revolution, Arts News
At a press conference on Tuesday, recently re-appointed Egyptian antiquities minister Zahi Hawass showed looted artifacts which had been recovered. Th...
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Legacy Writing: (R)evolution
Rachael Freed | Posted 06.05.2011 | Home
Read More: Revolution, Ethical Will, Legacy, Legacy Writing, Spiritual Living, Tunisia Revolution, Spiritual Practice, Spirituality, Egyptian Revolution, Home News
How do we individually echo the larger changes happening today in nature (earthquakes and tsunamis) and our political worlds (revolutions throughout N...
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Zahi Hawass Officially Reappointed As Egypt's Antiquities Chief
Ahram Online | Posted 06.04.2011 | Arts
Read More: Egypt Protests, Egyptian Museum Looted, Cairo, Egypt, Cairo-Museum, Antiquities, Egyptian Museum, Looted Antiquities, Zahi Hawass, Minister of Antiquities, Egyptian Revolution, Arts News
Five days after his meeting with Egypt Prime Minister Essam Sharaf renowned Egyptologist Zahi Hawass has been officially reappointed to the post of Eg...
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What Is the Arab Third Estate?
Uriel Abulof | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: 1848, End of History, What Is the Third Estate, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, John Locke, Egypt Riots, Napoleon Bonaparte, Egypt Internet, Clash of Civilizations, Egyptian Revolution, Spring of Nations, Tunisia Protests, Egypt Revolution, The People Want to Bring Down the Regime, Tahrir Square, Thomas Hobbes, Nationalism, The Middle East, Social Contract, Ethnicity, Failed States, Abbé SieyèS, French Revolution, World News
For two long centuries, the Arab Middle East has struggled to meet the challenge of modernity, a task exacerbated by the lingering, and increasing, dissonance between the glorious past and the shameful present.
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Soros: Sharing Oil Wealth Could Quell Revolutions
The Huffington Post | Yepoka Yeebo | Posted 05.25.2011 |Business
Read More: Libyan Revolution, Muammar Gaddaffi, Libya, George Soros, Revolution, Oil Wealth, Oil, Oil Prices, Resource Curse, Hosni Mubarak, Egyptian Revolution, Business News
To quell unrest, billionaire investor George Soros says oil-producing countries should share the wealth. "What has caused the revolutions," Soros tol...
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What Can Palestinians Learn From Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions?
Daoud Kuttab | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: Oslo Accords, Facebook Groups, Palestine, Plo, Tunisian Revolutions, Intifada, Palestinians, Barack Obama, Egyptian Revolution, World News
If the recent months have proved anything, it is that the debate over which attempt towards revolution for is more effective, violent or nonviolent, has been settled for Palestinians.
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Talkin' About a Revolution
Yehuda Berg | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Read More: The Beatles, A Peaceful Revolution, Yemen, Iraq, United States, Bahrain Anti-Government Protests, Kabbalah, Egyptian Revolution, Libya Protests, Politics News
The proof is all over the news. If I said it once, I'll say it again: We have the power to change everything. In the Middle East, where an individual...
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Egypt: The Power of the Military vs. the Power of the People
Jason Erb | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Read More: Egypt, Nonviolence, Democracy, Gene Sharp, Egyptian Military, Egyptian Revolution, Politics News
In the past month Egypt witnessed a change of leadership within the existing regime, not regime change. Egypt has been, and still is, a military regim...
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Is 140 Characters (Enough!) for Arab Civil Society?
Ty McCormick | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: President Hosni Mubarak, National Democratic Party, Palo Alto, Cairo, Egyptian Revolution, World News
The Mubarak regime was never supposed to fall. But fall it did -- and with a force rivaled only by the political science curriculums now being hurled out of university windows.
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Inside the Muslim Brotherhood
GlobalPost | Charles M. Sennott | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: Egypt, Islam, Anti-Mubarak Protests, Muslim Brotherhood, Cairo, Tahrir Square, Anti-Government Protests, Pro-Democracy Demonstrations, Hosni Mubarak, Egyptian Revolution, Day of Rage, World News
CAIRO, Egypt -- The historic events in Cairo's Tahrir Square were sparked by largely secular Egyptian youth who came together through social networkin...
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Israel's Modern Exodus: Faith In Egyptian Democratization
Carlo Strenger | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Read More: Jewish Monotheism, Clash of Civilizations, Egyptian Revolution, Egypt Protests, Israeli Skepticism of Egypt, Islam and the West, Egyptian Democracy, Western Skepticism of Egypt, Arab Democracy, Democratization, Religion News
The image of Egypt as the land of pagan falsehoods and slavery derived from the Biblical Story of Exodus is the theological root of Western and Israeli skepticism on Egyptian democratization.
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Rabbis, Rev. King And Revolution
Robyn Carolyn Price | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Read More: Egypt Protests, Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King, Susannah Heschel, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, Muslim-Christian Solidarity, Egyptian Revolution, Rabbi David Teitelbaum, Interfaith Dialogue, Selma March, We Shall Overcome, My Feet Were Praying, Heschel and MLK, Black-Jewish Relations, Religion News
The sounds of Muslims and Christians in Tahrir Square praying and protesting echoes a transformational moment when Jewish rabbis risked their lives to protect Black Americans.
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Credit the Egyptian People for the Egyptian Revolution
Stephen Zunes | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: Hosni Mubarak, Egypt, Nonviolent Action, Egyptian Protests, Barack Obama, Egyptian Revolution, World News
Democracy will not come to the Middle East through foreign intervention, sanctimonious statements, voluntary reforms by autocrats, or armed struggle by a self-selected vanguard. It will only come through the power of people.
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Egypt's Christians Keep Wary Eye On Muslim Brotherhood
Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Read More: Protests in Egypt, Attacks on Egyptian Christians, Muslim Brotherhood, Christian Muslim Unity, Interfaith Egypt, Egyptian Democracy, Interfaith Dialogue, Christian Muslim Solidarity, Religious Tolerance, Christian-Muslim Relations, Egyptian Revolution, Coptic Christians, Religion News
By Alice Fordham USA Today CAIRO (RNS) In Magdi Shnouda's cafe in Cairo, pictures of Jesus and the saints hang on the shabby walls, and the men playi...
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Egypt's Ongoing Problem With Sexual Harassment
Jessica Olien | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: Egypt, Women, Women's Rights, Sexual Harassment, Egyptian Revolution, World News
YouTube videos, as well as the attack on Logan, show an extreme version of what women in Cairo face on a daily basis, every time they leave home.
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Gandhi in East Boston
Robert Kuttner | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: Albert Einstein Institution, Boston, Martin Luther King, Zimbabwe, Albania, Gene Sharp, New York Times, Gandhi, Susan B. Anthony, Pacifism, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Egyptian Revolution, World News
Of course Gene Sharp is a pacifist. Non-violent, passive resistance has been the whole point of his life's work. You might as well write that some people suspect Gandhi of being a pacifist.
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Mubarak's Ouster: Good for Egypt, Good for Israel
Stephen Zunes | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Read More: Egypt, Camp David Accords, Muslim Brotherhood, Israel, Hosni Mubarak, Benjamin Netanyahu, Egyptian Revolution, Arab-Israeli Conflict, World News
The Egyptian protests have featured virtually no explicit anti-American or anti-Israel overtones. They have focused almost exclusively on Mubarak's misrule rather than the U.S. role in enabling it.
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The Egyptian Revolution And Theological Reformation
Brian D. McLaren | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Read More: Islam, Peace, Tea Party, Egypt, Evangelicals, Egyptian Revolution, Protestant Reformation, Egypt Reaction, Christians, Muslims, Christianity, Religious Tolerance, Religion News
Of the many comparisons regarding the amazing events that have unfolded in Egypt over the last few weeks, I've been especially interested in comparisons to the Protestant Reformation.
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Mubarak, Harman Walk: Winograd Considers a Run
Marcy Winograd | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Read More: Egypt, Pre-Emptive War, Palestine, Iraq, Out of Afghanistan Caucus, Bradley Manning, Janice Hahn, Social Secuirty, Single-Payer Health Care, Egyptian Revolution, Jane Harman AIPAC, Jane Harman, Marcy Winograd, Debra Bowen, Israel, Mubarak, Medicare, Politics News
Into the void of ex-dictator Hosni Mubarak comes a challenge for the United States to become an honest broker for peace between Israel and Palestine, to abandon preemptive wars, and to forsake its role as arms merchant to torturers.
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