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Hassan Abou Taleb's Articles
The Arab League must be revamped and restructured, according to Secretary General Ahmed Abul Gheit, but there is a lack of will among Arab states to do so

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Short-term and long-term measures must be taken to curb the phenomenon of cheating in Thanaweya Amma exams

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Dialogue and open discussion is the only way to resolve the dilemma of finding balance between human rights and security. And this is the responsibility of the government, parliament as well as human rights organisations

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Those who say there is hostility between the regime and the youth are wrong. Nor is the youth united against the regime. Sensible voices know great changes took place, amid limited resources

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Saving Syria, and thereby preventing a wider regional disaster, now depends, whether we like it or not, on engaging the Syrian regime no matter its deplorable record

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Egypt is committed to fighting terrorism, at home and abroad, within a comprehensive framework

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The Mubarak trial is a criminal trial, in the first place. It is not a trial to judge what happened on 25 January 2011 or conclude whether it was a revolution or conspiracy

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The contradiction between words and deeds of some who claim devout faith is a threat to Islam as well as to Muslims

Whether ISIL is solely or partially on the sacking of major Iraqi cities such as Mosul, Tikrit and others, we are facing a critical development, perhaps the most serious since the fall of Baghdad to the US in 2003

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The twin and yet opposed notions that El-Sisi suffered electorally by refusing to acede to NDP demands, or that the people boycotted the elections because they await the return of Morsi, are empty urban myths

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Egypt's media, which is supposed to create constructive public opinion, can also push the country into retardation unless it reviews its performance and conduct over the past four years

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Can Egypt draft a law that gives police enough power while still not trampling on citizens' rights and freedoms?

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Western governments are fast to criticise Egypt's interim authorities, and no wonder: they, like the terrorists Egypt faces, want chaos to prevail

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Patriotism means pulling together, even if temporary sacrifices are necessary. But in Egypt, media and political elites seem disconnected from the gravity of the moment

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Abuses and violations can sometimes be committed by police, but restraint and perspective are needed in how we interpret and especially criticise these wrongdoings

The claim that the youth boycotted, en masse, the referendum on the constitution is inaccurate and but the wishful thinking of some who made themselves irrelevant on the national scene

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The summoning of the Qatari ambassador to Egypt has important connotations whether for Egypt, Qatar or the Muslim Brotherhood

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The draft constitution is said to have restored Egypt's 'soft power,' in being a model for others to emulate. But is this enough for the country to regain its proper regional role?

Egypt’s real interests lie in balanced relations with all world powers. Thus, boosting Cairo's relations with Moscow cannot be an alternative remedy to Egypt’s frustrating relationship with the US

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Egypt was and will continue to be a civil state in which everyone is equal before the law; however, the new constitution should not aim to terminate the significant role of religion or the army

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