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An interview with Jordi, well-known in Cairo’s Khan al-Khalili district for the four souvenir shops he owns in this part of Cairo. Jordi is the son of the late Muhammad Abdul Abni who was also a trader in the Khan al-Khalili. Jordi tells how he started this business when he was young. It includes...
Ahmed Tatawi, a wealthy young Egyptian, speaks in this interview about the economic situation of the Egyptian people, inequality and the economic background of the country. He also speaks of interesting events he experienced. Ahmed Tatawi lived in six countries and currently resides in Saudi Arabia...
Al-Minyā always appears to be at the center of sectarian attacks targeting Christians or their places of worship, incited either from building new churches, rumors of an illicit interfaith love affair like in the “Lady of al-Karam” incident, or Facebook posts interpreted as insulting Islam. ...
Thāʿr, translated roughly as “the avenging of a murdered family member,” continues to cast a shadow over society despite the information revolution and the rise in education.  In Upper Egypt, it continues to be increasingly deadly as people stick to their parents and grandparents’ traditions.
An episode of the Egyptian Ramadan television series “The Choice 2 [al-Ikhtiyār 2]” has sparked controversy across Arabic media over its depiction of the break-up of the Rābiʿa al-ʿAdawiyya Mosque sit-in in Cairo in 2013.
The Egyptian Ministry of Planning and Economic Development issued a report on the Citizen Investment Plan for the current year in the governorates of Upper Egypt, giving priority to rural areas most in need in order to narrow development gaps and reduce migration flow to urban areas.
Regardless of how the political situations in Lebanon and Iraq may end, there is no doubt that the movements occurring there have come to represent an important transition in the consciousness of their citizens.  They have come to question the competency of confessional forms of governance that...
Al-Yawm al-Sābi’ newspaper looks at the reasons why different areas in Egypt with a high population of Copts have voted in favour of the draft Constitution in the first stage of the referendum and are expected to vote "yes" in the next stage also. 
Pope Tawardros II of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of Saint Mark said he would open a new chapter of relations with everyone, adding his heart is open for all Egyptians – Muslims and Copts. 
he Socialist People's Alliance Party called the increase a "bias for the rich at the expense of the poor", pointing out that raising the prices of natural gas and electricity consumption at home reflects the bias of the decision towards  the owners of energy-intensive factories, at the expense of...

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