It is as if Giulio Regeni was crucified for us all, but instead of taking away our sins, he exposed the sins of Egypt's and the world's ruling elites.
Don't turn away from the sunshine, from the opportunities and possibilities that are in front of you. Don't let change scare you. Don't let your comfort zone, your safety net, your secure spot, keep you from greatness. Let go of the familiar and embrace the freedom of change.
In Argentina where it no longer matters, Obama pays retroactive lip service to democracy. But ask people today across the Middle East -- in Egypt or Yemen, or Saudi Arabia, Gaza and the West Bank, or for that matter Syria -- if the U.S. supports democracy and self-determination.
Social media has certainly been a major vehicle in the dissemination of information promoting social justice and change in social policy. But can a hashtag alone produce permanent change in Egypt?
What was it like being in the Egyptian jail? What happened during those days? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compe...
D.Solve: Mohamed Sabry (age 22), Hisham Emam (21), Mostapha Taher (22), and Safwat El-Tahawy (21).[Photo Credit: Ahmed Tarek Bayoumi.] Rem Koolhaas ...
Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry addressing the UN Security Council on Libya (Source: Daily News Egypt) On October 13th 1957, Nasser of...
If we go back to the core and think about what the Egyptians asked for five years ago, we find ourselves facing a massive challenge. The past couple of years have shown us that changes will only come if we invest in fresh perspectives.
Chasing love does have its perks, but the best thing about chasing love? I've caught it, it feels just like home, and now I'm never letting go.
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The court system in Egypt finds it easiest to issue a death sentence to a group of people simultaneously because why bother and observe each case separately, right?
As another ancient culture would say, in this case, Hellenic, "May her memory be eternal."
With every Daesh attack, Donald Trump inches closer and closer to clinching the nomination of the Republican Party for the U.S. presidential elections, and maybe even to claiming the presidency itself.
Signora Regeni has threatened to publish a photograph of her son's beaten body if Cairo continued to deny Italian police access to its investigation's findings.
Washington needs to show, and show now, what consequences there will be for the crushing of Egypt's human rights community.
My dream is that 40 years from now, the terrible carnage now wracking the Middle East will give way to building and utilizing knowledge for the betterment of humankind. For Egypt, it would be a return to its civilizational roots as a world center of learning. For me, it would complete the circle of my personal destiny.