TOPIC Alaa Abd El Fattah
features
Without evidence or trial: Remand detention is authorities’ tool of choice to imprison political opponents
Hadeer El-Mahdawy | Many activists have been subjected to the revolving door of prison
Thinking with Alaa
Khaled Fahmy | "When I demand my right to read and write, I am not asking for a luxury."
Video | Alaa Abd El Fattah: I studied failed revolutions
Alaa Abd El Fattah describes his prison conditions and his constant struggle to improve them
Video | Alaa Abd El Fattah: There’s no solution—we need to talk
Alaa Abd El Fattah speaks with Mada Masr
Probation: The (illegal) half-life created by nights inside a police station
Mohamed Ashraf Abu Emaira and Mohamed Hamama | Thousands of Egyptians are on a form of probation that violates Egyptian law
Released but imprisoned daily: Alaa Seif on the need for new imaginations
In his first media interview since his release, Alaa Seif spoke with Mada Masr
Defeat’s possibilities: 3 activists recount 1967 as formative
Lina Attalah and Yasmin El-Rifae | 1967: the moment that fractured the new nationalism; politically formative for generations to follow
Blog: The court again
Lina Attalah | The east Cairo Police Academy gives off a more serious vibe than its Tora counterpart when it temporarily
Imprisoned activist Alaa Abd El Fattah speaks from Tora
Ahdaf Soueif | Alaa Abd El Fattah, outspoken software tecchie, blogger and political activist, has spoken to the media
 
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Opinion
Hala Osman
Hope amid exhaustion
We must have all the time in the world, how else can we keep trying?
Sarah Rifky
we announce our love for life
We need a lucid world, and sobriety, to reimagine what is to come.  
Yasmin El-Rifae
Language after brutality
Is it enough to tell the stories of those who are more definitively silenced?
 
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News
Sanaa Seif arrested upon arrival at prosecutor’s office to file complaint for physical assault
Alaa Abd El Fattah ends hunger strike after 36 days
Update: Mada Masr Editor-in-chief Lina Attalah released from police custody
As detainees remain cut off amid pandemic, Alaa Abd El Fattah continues month-long hunger strike
Court finds police order to force activist to spend 12 hours a day in police station ‘abusive’ and ‘without justification’
In 1st ruling of its kind, court invalidates order for activist to spend 12 hours in police station as part of probation sentence
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Cartoons
Cartoon: Learn from the best
Hicham Rahma |  Mubarak: "Alaa, listen — steal and you get honored, protest and you get harmed."
Cartoon: Prelude
Andeel | Caption: 15 years in prison for Alaa Abdel-Fattah