Mr. Nabil Fahmi and the Qatari Quagmire. Welcome to my memoirs.

Born to glory and privilege to a family of top ranking diplomats and politicians. Like his father, Mr. Fahmi, Egypt’s foreign minister, made it, to the top of the diplomatic corps. Tell me Mr. Fahmi, How did it feel the very first moment you sat on that chair? Was it that long awaited instant of […]
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From Progressive to Reactionary: Memoirs of an Arab Woman in the Age of Disillusion

In many ways I saw myself as a progressive person. I believed in absolute freedom, fought for human rights, spoke constantly against social taboos and double standards, sometimes, in fact often, shocked and embarassed those around me with my views, and above all sincerely ached for human misery as if it were my very own. […]
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