Mada Masr
 
 
Opinion
Becoming ‘legal’: On Mada Masr’s decision to apply for a license under the new media law
We made this choice while thinking about what it means to be radical inside out
Mohamed Gad
An income spent on daily subsistence
Wage earners are picking up the tab of Egypt’s economic ‘reform’ program
Ezzedine C. Fishere
Why the Egyptian military will relinquish power
The military elite has not modified its behavior, and may soon manoeuvre into a new role
 
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features
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.
How will President-elect Kais Saied lead Tunisia?
Establishing a constitutional court will be one priority especially given that he is a law professor
Activist Israa Abd El Fattah reports torture in detention, faces smear campaign amid new arrests and disappearances
She was told that she would face further torture if she spoke about the abuse.
Unidentified missile kills family in Bir al-Abd, Egyptian security forces thwart suicide attack in Arish
| Bir al-Abd has become a new battleground between the Province of Sinai and the Armed Forces.
Detox | Issue 06: Two Nobels, a revolutionary manifesto and Quentin Tarantino
| This week: A chat with writer Haitham El Wardany and Ahmed El Sabagh's monthly playlist "Tafneeta."
The ‘quantum leap’ in Egypt-Israel relations
| Cairo must maintain good ties with Israel, even if some aspects of the relationship remain hidden.
 
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News
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
Eight killed, 10 injured in attack on military checkpoint in North Sinai
Lawyer Mahienour al-Massry arrested and Karama Party leader appears before Supreme State Security Prosecution after forced disappearance
 
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