Egyptian Aak 2015 – Week 41 (Oct 5-11)


Top Headlines

  • Egypt’s net international reserves dropped for the third month in a row in September to $16.3 billion. (Wednesday)
  • Electoral Commission to ban will ban women from wearing face veil while casting their ballots. (Thursday)
  • Egypt signs deal for two French warships. (Saturday)
  • Sharp decline in reported terrorist attacks in August. (Sunday)
  • Egyptian court upholds 5-year prison sentence against Islam Behery for contempt of religion

Main Headlines

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Good Reports

Good Read

On Parliamentary Elections

 Interview

  • Fear and Islamism in Egypt. Dina Ezzat interviews Wahid Abdel-Meguid
  • Former NDP members will definitely be in the 2015 parliament. Researcher Sobhi Eseila tells Marina Barsoum

From Twitter

Video

Photo Gallery

Plus

Finally here are Jayson Casper’s prayers for Egypt

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