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Mostafa Fathi

Mostafa Fathi, Cairo University Graduate, Managing Editor at Cairo 360 and fellow at International Center for Journalists.

8 Articles by this author

On the Most Unfortunate Profession in Sinai

On the Most Unfortunate Profession in Sinai

It should only take about four hours to drive from Cairo to North Sinai, but our recent trip to the north of the peninsula, 381…

Graffiti in Egypt and the Failed Rhetoric of Rebellion

Graffiti in Egypt and the Failed Rhetoric of Rebellion

“Ahmed + Mona = Love Forever”, “Abbas for President”, “If women don’t veil, rising prices will prevail”, “Have some respect and don’t litter, you animal”.…

Could Aquaponics Ensure Self-Sufficiency for Egyptians?

Could Aquaponics Ensure Self-Sufficiency for Egyptians?

After living abroad for 38 years, Hisham Haggag, a graduate of economics at Oxford University, decided to return to  Egypt. Struck by a vision of…

Egyptian Women Take on the Streets with Scooters to Combat Harassment

Egyptian Women Take on the Streets with Scooters to Combat Harassment

With a great degree of attentiveness, Dalia Adel (43) polishes her red scooter, parked in the historic Hussein district of Old Cairo. She pauses momentarily…

Egypt's Press Syndicate, and the Plight of Online Journalists

Egypt's Press Syndicate, and the Plight of Online Journalists

After years of working for the independent news website, AlBawabh News, Egyptian journalist Ahmed Fathallah was fired in August 2016, along with about 40 of…

From the Streets to the Screen: Violence and Discrimination in Egyptian Ads

From the Streets to the Screen: Violence and Discrimination in Egyptian Ads

Last August, a gym in Cairo published an ad that met with a lot of backlash due to what many described as its sexism and…