Monthly Archives: January 2016

Mohamed Sheka: The Young Egyptian Behind the Hurghada Attack

A group of knifemen stormed a hotel in Egypt’s Hurghada on Friday evening, injuring a number of foreign tourists before security forces killed one of the assailants and injured the other, ending the attack. The police said the dead assailant’s … Continue reading

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On Copts of Egypt: A Personal Journey

Cairo ___ many years ago, my primary school teacher took me aside and gave me a stern ultimatum. Either cut my links with one of my friends, “C,” or my school performance would be affected. In my teacher’s view, “C” … Continue reading

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Egyptian Aak: Dec 28-2015/ Jan 4-2016

  My apology for late posting of my weekly compilation, as I took few days break to celebrate the New Year. Here is a light compilation of the last few days of 2015 and the beginning of 2016.  Wish you … Continue reading

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