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Issandr El Amrani
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Issandr El Amrani, a Cairo-based journalist, operates The Arabist website.

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The Emergence of a “Coptic Question” in Egypt
In the early morning of April 14, 2006, Mahmoud Salah al-Din Abd al-Raziq, a Muslim, entered the church of Mar Girgis (Saint George) in Alexandria’s al-Hadra district and stabbed three parishioners who had gathered for a service. Abd al-...
Controlled Reform in Egypt
Tunisia Moves to the Next Stage
Tunisia was the first Arab country to have a pro-democracy uprising in the winter of 2010-2011, and now it is the first to have held an election. Tunisians took to the polls on October 23 to choose a constituent assembly that will be tasked...
Sightings of the Egyptian Deep State
The turbulence that has hit Egypt since mid-November seems, at first glance, mostly a testament to the poor performance of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) in handling the transition away from the rule of Husni Mubarak. Having...

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