Friday,24 March, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1337, (23 - 29 March 2017)
Friday,24 March, 2017
Issue 1337, (23 - 29 March 2017)

Ahram Weekly

FOCUS

Why is Hamas losing its popularity among Egyptians, asks Ahmed Eleiba

The campaign against the Hamas leadership in the Gaza Strip by some elements in

In an exclusive interview with Al-Ahram Weekly, Kamel Girgis, director of international

Hopes of recovering assets smuggled out of Egypt by former regime officials remain

US President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Israel will be remembered with

Remnants of the former regime are back at the forefront of Egypt’s political

Doaa El-Bey delves into the sometimes difficult lives of Syrian refugees in Egypt

As Syrians living inside the country continue to suffer from daily artillery and

Optimistic accounts of online activism are being called into question two years

The Palestinian Islamist movements have their own particular history that has

Turkey is pivoting back towards its Western/Israeli strategic grounding, a fact

Whereas Arab Spring revolutionaries had hoped for constitutions that would allow

As the political situation in Egypt becomes increasingly polarised, Gihan Shahine

Syria is a land where different sects and creeds have lived in harmony for hundreds

While both are members of the Islamist trend, the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafis

Although US President Barack Obama’s rhetoric has lent him worldwide popularity,

Islamists want to use the constitution as a legal mandate to impose their rules

Safwat Abdel-Ghani, a member of the Shura Council of the Al-Gamaa Al-Islamiya and

Despite the giant leaps that Egypt’s Salafis have made in terms of their

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