As much as one would like to end the story by saying "...and the people of Egypt lived happily ever after", it might just be too premature to say so.
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I just returned from my sixth trip to Iraq where I expected to film a preview of Sunday's elections for an episode of my show Fault Lines on Al Jazeera English, but instead I found a civil war in the making.
Days after the release of the Obama administration's new Sudan policy, I appeared on Aljazeera with Tahir el-Faky of the Darfuri rebel group Justice and Equality Movement and Mahmood Mamdani.
Never has there been a more important time for Muslims to engage in greater introspection, self-evaluation. We face a Muslim world rife with conflicts, sectarian hatred, misogyny and injustice.
Some may call it propaganda but I call it hardcore reporting. If you are not watching Al Jazeera English's coverage of the War on Gaza, you are missing much, if not, most of the story.
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