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Current issue | Issue 1132, 24 - 30 January 2013
Tuesday,23 May, 2017
Issue 1132, 24 - 30 January 2013

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

Horse trading between Islamists sees the controversial election law passed by the Shura Council, Gamal Essam El-Din reports

Alexandria was the scene of clashes between security forces and protesters, reports Mohamed Abdel-Baky

A police station in the Cairo district of Shobra Al-Kheima came under attack at the weekend after the accidental shooting of a civilian during a police chase, reports Ahmed Morsy

Egyptian management of its relations with the Arab-Persian Gulf is yet to be clearly formulated, reports Dina Ezzat

As the nation braces itself for the commemoration of two years since the 25 January Revolution, fears are growing that Egypt’s new rulers might be copying the ancien régime,

Post-revolution Egypt enters its third year with a heavy dose of realism, writes Amira Howeidy

Gihan Shahine examines the ongoing plight and wounded pride of Egypt’s injured revolutionary heroes

While losing loved ones is always heartbreaking, empowerment is available for martyrs’ families seeking a ray of hope on an otherwise dark horizon, writes Nashwa Abdel-Tawab

Al-Ahram Weekly pays tribute to the martyrs and shares the thoughts of their families and friends

The idealism of revolution must inform the new Egypt, writes Ammar Al-Beltagui

The need to turn attention to society at large in the interest of revolutionising its cultural structure is more urgent than ever, for which the youth is key, writes Muhammed Al-Araby

The Muslim Brotherhood, though grabbing power, are shakier than they seem, while the revolution — opposed by nature to theocracy — will continue, writes Nasser Abdel-Hamid

Artist Reda Abdel-Rahman told Reham El-Adawi how he decided to mark the second anniversary of the 25 January Revolution in his very own way

Tahia Abdel-Nasser reflects on two to 20 years of liberation in the work of Ezzedine Choukri Fishere

Overwhelmed with a flood of interesting books on the 25 January Revolution, Rania Khallaf wonders whether they all deserve to be read

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