Between prison and the outside world … the messengers of last resort
Hadeer El-Mahdawy | The letters from prison usually contain simple, heartfelt requests from prisoners.
Conversations from the Lebanese uprising | Joelle Boutros: The civil war only really ended today, with this movement
Omar Said | "I think this is the first movement in the country’s modern history that encompasses all of Lebanon"
In Other Words | Prizes for Heroes
Ahmed Awny | I was afraid of the nostalgia I might feel as I walked into Tahrir Square.
Detox | Issue 07: Literary controversy, a film retrospective and some movie music
A few days ago, the winners of this year’s Man Booker International Prize were announced.
A brief history of memes
Audra | Memes have become a new virtual medium of its own, just like television, radio, or books
How will President-elect Kais Saied lead Tunisia?
Establishing a constitutional court will be one priority especially given that he is a law professor
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Public Prosecution inspection team finds conditions in Tora “adequate” despite widespread prisoner accounts of abuse and medical negligence
Supreme Media Regulatory Council secretary: ‘We’ve yet to reach decision on website licensing, do not know when executive bylaws will be issued’
Alaa Abd El Fattah and his lawyer recount humiliation and beatings in maximum-security prison
Security directives instruct media to attack National Council for Human Rights
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Akram Ismail
A revolutionary Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
What is the relationship between the dam and the revolution?
Yasmin El-Rifae
Language after brutality
Is it enough to tell the stories of those who are more definitively silenced?
Rana Baker
Return to what? Against misreadings of Gaza’s Great March
Israel's organization of power has created new relations between different classes of Palestinians.

The worker’s rock bottom moment
Andeel | Worker: "What do you mean he is going to be BURIED in it?"