Redrawing the battle lines
A new round in the political games is about to begin
The morning after revolution
The revolution is one thing, the future another. Now it is time to focus on the latter, so the former can bear fruit
Focus on politics, not identity
For revolutionary movements to attempt to separate religion and politics in Egypt is a mistake that can only benefit Islamists
What is happening in Sinai?
Reports of hundreds of Al-Qaeda fighters entering Egypt in Sinai should prick the ears of those who wish to defend the January revolution
The truth about Egypt’s identity
Making controversy about Islam in a society instilled with shared religious values is a diversion and a waste of energy; Islamists should stop posturing and adopt the principles of co-citizenship, tolerance and diversity
The opening of Mubarak's trial last week, with the deposed president being wheeled on a hospital bed, looked much like a scene out of a play from the theatre of the absurd – Endgame by Samuel Beckett, perhaps
End of the Pharaoh state?
The head has been deposed, but can the body politic of the Pharaoh state be changed, or is it waiting to return, to mock the revolution
The Trial and the Iftar