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As Egypt goes to the polls today, check out Michael Wahid Hanna's piece from our third issue on "Egypt's Search for Truth"
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When the deposed former president Hosni Mubarak was wheeled on a hospital bed into the makeshift Cairo courtroom hastily prepared for his trial, the process of transitional justice in Egypt appeared to have achieved an important symbolic victory. The sight of the former autocrat laid low before a...
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Interesting piece on joining Hezbollah: http://www.aucegypt.edu/GAPP/​CairoReview/Pages/​articleDetails.aspx?aid=92
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The process of joining Hezbollah, the nearly thirty-year-old Shia Muslim “resistance” organization in Lebanon led by Hassan Nasrallah, has evolved as the organization has grown in size and become more institutionalized and entrenched within Shia society. In the initial stages following Israel’s 1982...
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Free speech in the age of Twitter: http://www.aucegypt.edu/GAPP/​CairoReview/Pages/​articleDetails.aspx?aid=87
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In the final weeks of 2010, an uprising, set off by the self-immolation of Mohammed Bouazizi in the southern town of Sidi Bouzid, stirred in Tunisia. With international media largely banned from the country, coverage of the growing protests was confined to on-line media, namely blogs, Facebook, and ...
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The Revolution Will Be Tweeted: http://www.aucegypt.edu/GAPP/​CairoReview/Pages/​articleDetails.aspx?aid=89
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What happened in January 2011 in Egypt did not start in January 2011. It began at least ten years earlier, and it’s not over yet. The revolution was joined by people of all walks of life, Internet users and non-users alike. It gained momentum once it was joined by hundreds of thousands of workers, m...
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The Erdogan effect: Turkey, Egypt, and the future of the Middle East http://www.aucegypt.edu/GAPP/​CairoReview/Pages/​articleDetails.aspx?aid=91
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Turkey’s foreign policy activism is drawing considerable attention these days, particularly because of the momentous transformation in the broader Middle East. The tour of Prime Minister Recip Tayyip Erdoğan to Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia in September underscored the rise of Turkey’s involvement in th...
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Don't miss a great Q&A in our Fall issue with the founders of Twitter: http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/​cairoreview/Pages/​articleDetails.aspx?aid=88
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At first, Twitter seemed like another amusement for Internet geeks. It’s a service that enables you to send brief digital messages of no more than one hundred forty characters via the Internet for whoever might like to hear what you are thinking or doing. (“My cat is making the cutest face!”) But wh...
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Great piece on transitional justice in Egypt: http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/​cairoreview/Pages/​articleDetails.aspx?aid=90
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When the deposed former president Hosni Mubarak was wheeled on a hospital bed into the makeshift Cairo courtroom hastily prepared for his trial, the process of transitional justice in Egypt appeared to have achieved an important symbolic victory. The sight of the former autocrat laid low before a co...
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Our Fall issue is out! Check us out online: www.thecairoreview.com
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The Case for Egyptianism http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/​cairoreview/Pages/​articleDetails.aspx?aid=59
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The rising sectarianism, violence, and the conspicuous presence of many religious groups bent on Islamizing the society in Egypt in the past three months since the forced removal of President Mubarak raised the prospect of the establishment of an Islamic state in the country. To assess whether or no
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ضحايا قانون الايجار القديم فى لبنان . (Al Malikoun Al Koudama), Randa Adel and Noureldin Yousry like this.
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Special Report: the Geopolitical Battle for the Arab Street http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/​cairoreview/Pages/​articleDetails.aspx?aid=56
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The Middle East is undergoing its most dynamic transformation since World War I, when Sir Mark Sykes and Georges Picot first divided the region into colonized spheres of influence. Nearly 100 years later, with the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt and Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali in Tunisia, and the o
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ضحايا قانون الايجار القديم فى لبنان . (Al Malikoun Al Koudama), Maher Sabri and Ahmed Abd Elhady like this.
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Yasmin Moll takes a look at what the Pew poll on Egypt really means: http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/​cairoreview/Pages/​articleDetails.aspx?aid=57​#
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Having participated along with millions of fellow Egyptians in the 18-day uprising that toppled the Mubarak regime last February, I welcomed the publication of the latest Pew Research Center poll on Egypt. The poll results come as Egyptians continue to debate what form the country’s nascent democra
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Our journal is fresh off the press! Come to the Tahrir Dialogue tonight at 5:30 pm, AUC downtown campus, for your copy http://on.fb.me/kL0OKVhttp://​on.fb.me/kL0OKV
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Khalid A Mandurah قال النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم: الظوا (الحوا) بياذا الجلال والإكرام.
قال صلى الله عليه وسلم: أجِلَوا الله يغفر لكم(مسند أحمد) [أجلو: أدعوه بياذا الجلال والإكرام، عظموه، أسلموا].
October 13 at 10:47pm
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When will the Arab Awakening wake up Washington? http://www.aucegypt.edu/gapp/​cairoreview/Pages/​articleDetails.aspx?aid=52
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Three months after the January 25 Revolution in Egypt, President Obama's approach to the Middle East is hopelessly adrift. He is hesitant to truly embrace the Arab freedom movements, failing to lead Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations and lacking effective diplomacy to counter Iran's nuclear
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