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Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
1/21/2020 8:41:27 PM
This week marks the 68th anniversary of the Cairo fire on 26 January 1952, leading to the ousting of the Egyptian monarchy just six months later, writes Samir Sobhi
Books - Review
10/6/2019 4:18:13 PM
Enayat El-Zayat’s first and only novel, recently republished, was set in 1950, preserving a snapshot of the early development of feminist thought in the Arab world
Books -
9/16/2019 4:17:29 PM
Barakat is a Lebanese novelist who was born in Beirut in 1952. She has worked in teaching and journalism and currently lives in France
Opinion -
8/29/2019 6:15:11 PM
In a world that is becoming more and more uncertain, which international relations strategy should Egypt choose
Heritage - Museums
8/29/2019 1:27:09 PM
The museum, established during the reign of Khedive Ismail, will exhibit a number of carriages, chariots and assorted accessories from before the 1952 revolution
Books - Arab
7/30/2019 3:26:03 PM
Novelist Ibrahim Abdel-Meguid talks of 1952, his hometown of Alexandria, and other cities around the Mediterranean
Books -
7/23/2019 7:42:22 PM
Novelist Mohamed Tawfik talks about his trilogy that reflects on the dreams that were born in 1952 and irreversibly broken in 1967
Egypt - Politics
4/26/2019 4:59:45 PM
'1919 was a revolution against occupation; 1952 was about eliminating social inequalities; 2011 was about rejecting corruption and sectarianism; and 2013 was about defending the identity of nation,' Ebeid told Ahram Weekly
Opinion -
3/18/2019 5:45:39 PM
While many African women have made important contributions to the continent, too many still suffer from marginalisation and exclusion, suggesting the need for an organisation of African women
Egypt - 1919 Revolution
3/9/2019 4:44:56 PM
Hani Mustafa celebrates a sampling of 1919’s cultural pillars
Books - Review
1/12/2019 10:32:29 AM
James Barr, Lords of the Desert. Britain’s Struggle with America to dominate the Middle East, London: Simon & Schuster, 2018, pp401
Opinion -
11/14/2018 8:16:02 PM
World War I, whose end in 1918 is being marked now, set off ripples that continue to be felt in the Arab and Muslim worlds
Opinion -
10/21/2018 7:18:48 PM
Cyberwarfare has become one of the greatest threats to national security in the world today, presenting new challenges for the world’s intelligence agencies
Opinion -
10/19/2018 8:45:57 PM
It is about time that the official institutions of state, including the government, made serious efforts to celebrate and preserve the legacy of Egypt’s great literary talents
Opinion -
9/6/2018 11:35:44 AM
The memoirs of former politicians can make fascinating reading
Travel - News
9/2/2018 9:31:47 AM
Plans are afoot to make the Cairo Tower, an Egyptian landmark, the world’s first intelligent tower using digital technology
Opinion -
8/1/2018 9:16:28 PM
The period of Nasser has come in for unprecedented criticism of late. Learning from the past is one thing, but it is perilous to oblige a nation to break from it
Books -
7/23/2018 5:04:00 PM
Ten key academic and historical texts on the 26 July Revolution and Gamal Abdel-Nasser
Travel - News
7/14/2018 12:01:05 PM
Dina Ezzat walks through Alexandria in the company of novelist Alaa Khaled, finding a city of many layers not confined to its reputation for cosmopolitanism
Opinion -
4/21/2018 2:47:53 PM
Most Egyptians do not know the names of their political parties
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