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Dina Hussein
Galal Amin: A master of the declining art of teaching
Remembering Galal Amin not only as an intellectual, but a captivating teacher
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The 100-year-old chained-up duck (Part 2)
One day, Pierre Brossolette, a French resistance figure, pointed to a poster of the movie Gone with the
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How Hebrew teaches us something about ourselves, Part 4
Israel vs. Israel: Judaism, Islam and Zionism “It pained him that Jews are being killed, but it
 
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On the question of food
Dina Hussein | Over a year ago, I began interviewing food activists and researchers in Egypt on the question of food.
Motherhood as choice
Dina Hussein | It was one of those rare occurrences when I was not too tired to make babysitting arrangements, dress
My city, whose responsibility?
Dina Hussein | In Azhar Park on June 15, Christine Auclair, coordinator of the World Urban Campaign, invited a group
Parking Heliopolis for development
Dina Hussein | An automated screen in front of the Khulafa al-Rashedeen mosque in Cairo’s Heliopolis neighborhood
Yara Sallam: A prisoner of passion and human rights
Hanan Elbadawi | Many speak professionally of Yara Sallam, 28, as a skilled lawyer and distinguished researcher, but some
What’s in the presidential contest for democrats?
Dina Hussein | With presidential elections on the horizon, Egypt’s democratic groups are assessing their options.
 
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