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Slandering Muslim Women Olympic Athletes

Slandering Muslim Women Olympic Athletes

However this global euphoria and awe of visibly Muslim women in (and out of) headscarves competing has been tainted by a Saudi Arabian Tweeter, allegedly named Sultan al-Hilali, who spread a hash tag
Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 August 2012 12:02

Freedom … This Ramadan (Personal Feeling)

Freedom … This Ramadan (Personal Feeling)
This Ramadan, I pray that I find freedom. Where Ramadan becomes an annual redress to balance our values, its message is not to deny yourself an existence or participation in the life of this world. Ra
Last Updated on Sunday, 05 August 2012 11:42

Egypt...Please Come Back to Me!

Egypt...Please Come Back to Me!
But, as an Egyptian living abroad, I felt some sadness and regret for not being there. After all, I had not physically participated in the revolution. I had just joined our fellow Egyptians by praying
Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 June 2012 18:39

The Suspense of Egyptian Elections

The Suspense of Egyptian Elections
Egypt had waited 60 years to have a free presidential election, and the outcome in the last three days was amazing, to say the least. Long queues at polling stations, heated political discussions and
Last Updated on Saturday, 26 May 2012 14:18

God, Egypt, Mubarak…

God, Egypt, Mubarak…
As the atmosphere got filled with energy, and millions of Egyptians got fired up, showning their enthusiasm to reshape the future of this country by voting for a new leader; who has vision and
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 15:06

Eyewitness on Egypt Elections

Eyewitness on Egypt Elections
Since very early in the morning, many Egyptian men and woman stood in long queues outside the polling stations waiting for the beginning of the presidential election marathon. It is indeed, as describ
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 20:11

A Word to Fellow Egyptians

A Word to Fellow Egyptians
For the first time in decades Egyptians have a "real" presidential election with 13 candidates competing to win over the hearts and votes of their fellow citizens. Today, I see Egyptians, men and wome
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 May 2012 19:30

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