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To corroborate his catchphrase, President Trump may be willing to intimidate the whole world, and the attack on Syria is proof

Can President Sisi's visit to Washington be a turning point for Egyptian-American relations?

It is not fair to judge the 1.6 billion Muslims that inhabit the world by the actions of a few thousand radicals

When he came to office, millions were hopeful that Barack Obama would deliver on his promises regarding US relations with Arab countries. He failed.

Generally speaking, tyranny prompts revenge. But with Egypt's Copts, it's a different story

In the age of social media, even small matters can become a source of bitter dispute. But when this affects the course of a nation, it's time to pause and reflect

In the light of the recent price hikes, are Egyptians more aware of the dilemma they are facing, are they reconsidering what is necessary and what is not?

Will Donald Trump’s administration resort to purging the American system of those connected to the Muslim Brotherhood, asks an article in Bloomberg

When pain is deep, the system shuts down and refuses communication. Sleep did not come that night or the nights after. But today, I have enough strength to address your like face to face

Whereas in the past leaders always carried certain characteristics, standing out with grace and decorum, now it is a different matter, in all but a few instances

Given the challenges facing Egyptians, now is the time for solidarity — subsidising people not products

A new wave of demonstrations starting 11 November would lead to Egypt's demise. However, the majority of Egyptians are likely to stand against that call

The president's innovative idea of donating change to the nation is the latest in a string of novel ideas that encourage Egyptians to take responsibility


Egyptians should resist rumours and accept that Egypt is in good hands and those in charge are doing their best

The decision of France's highest court to suspend the ban on the "burkini" is the right one, because women have the right to choose

The decision of Justice Catherine Bruce to scrap a guilty verdict against a Canadian couple charged with plotting to kill tourists in 2013 raises important additional questions

As Erdogan goes for the retaliatory path, he seems to be the only winner following the failed coup, with Turkey at large left as the loser

Choosing between spending and not spending to boost an ailing economy is not easy. Egypt has opted for spending, accruing accumulated debts that the coming generations will have to pay

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The Western media plays a fundamental role in manipulating world opinion, as can be seen by its biased coverage of Egypt,

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