Monthly Archives: October 2018

Reading list: Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s Disappearance

13 days ago, prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has disappeared after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. His case has provoked a global outcry. Here is a collection of articles, which I think are worth reading about his mysterious disppearance  … Continue reading

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This Week In Egypt: Week 41 (Oct 8-15)

Top Headlines Libyan forces have captured one of the region’s most dangerous Islamist militants, a former Egyptian special forces officer, Hisham al-Ashmawy Egypt’s Sisi says Egypt wants terrorist El-Ashmawi to face justice on its soil Egypt Backs Saudi Arabia Over … Continue reading

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This Week in Egypt: Week 40 ( Oct 1-7)

Top Headlines America’s first lady Melania visits Egypt on final stop of Africa tour Islamic State announces death of senior militant in Egypt’s Sinai Egypt commemorates 45th anniversary of 1973 Arab-Israeli War Blast at an Egyptian fuel depot kills one, … Continue reading

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Reblog: Yazidi girl Nadia Murad visits Egypt

Originally posted on Nervana:
Nadia Murad Basee Taha, the 21-year old Yazidi woman brutally tortured and raped by ISIS fighters in Iraq, has embarked on a very tricky mission: to confront the Muslim world with the crimes of ISIS. She…

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This Week in Egypt: Week 39-2018 ( Sept 24-30)

Top Headlines Egypt’s Sisi and Israel Netanyahu discuss peace process in New York  An Egyptian court orders retrial of Muslim Brotherhood leader Egypt and Israel energy companies sign $518m deal to buy control of gas exports pipeline Egypt ceases imports … Continue reading

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