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From Cairene Alleyways to European Festivals: The Journey of Mahraganat

From Cairene Alleyways to European Festivals: The Journey of Mahraganat

Though its birth does not precede five years, Mahraganat music has surged into a phenomenon, invading Egypt’s sonic atmosphere and beyond. This phenomenon has crossed…

The Azharites Who Revolted Against Religion

The Azharites Who Revolted Against Religion

Yehia the Salafist sheds his Azharite robes in favor of a faithless credo, while Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd’s writings unshackle Al-Aswany from considerations of politics…

Gynecologists in Egypt: No singles allowed

Gynecologists in Egypt: No singles allowed

Puberty is a period characterized by myriad questions and issues for girls, with its assortment of symptoms and hormonal changes, making it a natural course…

The Car Delivering Stories and Books to Egypt's Poor Children

The Car Delivering Stories and Books to Egypt's Poor Children

The silver car moves with confidence. All around there are green fields cared for by skilled farmers. The driver tries to avoid holes in the…

#Q&A_22 with Egyptian tweeter and poet Marwa Maamoun

#Q&A_22 with Egyptian tweeter and poet Marwa Maamoun

Marwa Maamoun is an Egyptian writer and poet, she tweets under the name “m7rusa”, a term used as another name for Egypt. In 2008 she…

Why are Egyptians going to study in Germany?

Why are Egyptians going to study in Germany?

Germany is considered one of the most attractive countries for Egyptian students in the last years. This is visible from the long lines of students…

Your Guide to 48 Hours of Passion in Cairo

Your Guide to 48 Hours of Passion in Cairo

Cairo has many faces. If you think that you will understand it at a glance, then you are very wrong. It will make your head…

Women in Egypt’s Parliament: Silenced, Excluded, and Marginalized

Women in Egypt’s Parliament: Silenced, Excluded, and Marginalized

Women have been an important part of the 2016 Egyptian parliament. With their number reaching 90, some women’s rights activists have considered it to be…

Sabah: The Iconic Singer Who Defied Tradition

Sabah: The Iconic Singer Who Defied Tradition

A seven-year-old girl enters a church in Jal El Dib near Beirut, she bares nothing in her heart but her love for God and singing.…

Living Behind Bars: Families of Jailed Egyptian Journalists Speak Out

Living Behind Bars: Families of Jailed Egyptian Journalists Speak Out

According to human rights organizations, 92 journalists are jailed in Egypt for anything from political cases, to simply doing their job. Raseef22 heard testimonials of…