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Egyptians should feel proud of their nation’s achievements
I have always loved Egypt and its people since my first visit to Cairo as a young and impressionable man coming from what was then a small coastal town called Dubai.
Al Arabiya should vet its guests for brains
With tens of professional Arabic TV channels to choose from, over the years, I have narrowed my viewing down to just two – Al Jazeera and Al-Alarabiya. Why? Because in my opinion those have evolved...
An inpatient minority holds Egypt hostage
Egyptians had their uprising that brought about the ouster of their president plus most of the old guard closest to him and should be looking forward to free and fair, multi-party elections in...
Revenge tarnishes post-revolution Egypt
There is a very real danger that mob rule is destroying Egypt’s reputation, stability and economy. While Egypt’s young revolutionaries are admired at home and abroad for the peaceful way they have...
A worrying turn for Egypt's revolution
When I penned my column ‘Egypt’s youth uprising has been hijacked’ in early February, I experienced a deep sense of foreboding. I hesitated to dampen everyone’s optimism because, of course, I wish...
The fine line between freedom and anarchy
The year 2011 will forever be known as the year of revolt; I just pray that it doesn’t become the century’s most revolting. There are so many revolutions and civil uprisings it’s almost impossible...
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