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The white scars on Mona Eltahawy's arms are fading, but her determination to fight to bring Egypt a bright future through a constitution that broadly embraces human rights is not. Ramzi Haidar/Agence France-Presse Getty Images Mona Eltahawy in 2009...
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These two covers of American magazines might mistakenly be seen as an indictment of the hypocrisy and shallowness of western secular society' Can you judge a magazine by its cover? Or to put it another way, should you judge a society by the images it
Text Size Aliaa Magda Elmahdy, the nude Egypt ian blogger, fused the Arab Spring and the rise of the protester to a singular effect. Western civilisation is bombarded by images on a daily basis to such an extent that we forget the potential impact
Observer Fears are growing for the safety of the award-winning US-based Egyptian journalist Mona Eltahawy after a tweet from her personal account said that she had been beaten and detained within the interior ministry in Cairo. The US state
"I think the Italian courts...the first time around practically made sure that Amanda was going to be harassed in prison since they made her sex life so much of a focus of the first trial, " said Vanity Fair's Judy Bachrach who has covered the
The approaching tenth anniversary of the September 11 attacks is casting a long shadow for US Muslims, many of whom are dreading the approaching anniversary because they fear a resurgence of prejudice and hate, said author Mona Eltahawy. Egyptian-
Does it take a collapsed superpower to recognize a declining one? In this analysis of the importance of the United States and the consequences of its diminishing influence, Gazeta columnist Semen Novoprudski examines why Russians have
Is it possible that Michele Bachmann could be the next president of the United States? Columnist Levente Sitkei of Hungary's Magyar Nemzet writes that while it might be said that President Obama - through no fault of his own - was in the
Have the United States and the West hit such a dead end in terms of economic policy that war, as a way of economic recovery, is inevitable? Columnist K. Selim of Algeria's Le Quotidien d’Oran warns his readers that given the dire