The US Administration And NYT Seem To Be Panicking From Morsi’s Testimony

———- Forwarded message ———- From: Date: Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 4:21 AM Subject: Dark Days in Egypt To: Jill Abrahamson <jill.abramson@nytimes.com> To New York Times Editorial Board We pray to God to enlighten you and give you some practical guidance as your piece Dark Days in Egypt appearing in 22 Dec 2013 is a […]
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It is the worst of times It is the best of times: Welcome to Cairo Egypt. Welcome to my memoirs!

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it […]
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From Deception to Self-Deception. Memoirs of an Arab woman in the Age of Disillusion.

The Most Honest Three Minutes in Television History??? Cleverly executed, well rehearsed, nice camera, lights, set up and above all excellent script. I could not help putting myself in the shoes of my twelve year old niece who shared the video with her grandma on Facebook. Indeed those were the days when we did not […]
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Washington Post Editorial Refused To Publish Letters From American Egyptian Community

This is not the first time Washington Post refuse to publish letters addressed to them from the American Egyptian Community. Washington Post and other foreign News Agencies like New York Times, and others, deliberately ignore and refuse to publish any other opinion or any other side of the story of what is happening in Egypt, […]
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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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