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Amr Ezzat
On the precarious ‘non-existence’ of Egyptian atheists
Amr Ezzat writes about the contradiction inherent in the state’s response to atheists
Ivan Surkoš
Upholding the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: More important than ever
Marking the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rana Sabbagh
Arab investigative reporters: Life on the edge
The Arab press must continue holding authorities accountable, despite mounting pressures
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
Abdel Azeem Hammad
Khashoggi syndrome: The embodiment of a multilayered crisis
The disappearance and murder of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul last month has elevated
Farida Hussein
On the WYF and the sudden disappearance of the McArabia
I find it insulting to project this model of youth, at the expense of concealing others like myself
Amr Ezzat
Coptic media: A series of prevented visits and denied requests for more security
Amr Ezzat cites reports from Coptic news sources since a similar fatal militant attack in 2017
Michael Akladios
Stop victim-blaming Egypt’s Copts
Media coverage of attacks on Egypt’s Coptic Christians must stop blaming the victim
VMB
For a friend in prison: ‘You’
A letter from Amsterdam about a close friend in prison in Egypt and the vivid presence of his memory
Abdelrahman al-Gendy
From prison: Color synesthesia
Wednesday isn’t blue? — Seeing emotions in color
 
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