Tuesday,21 May, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1150, 29 May - 5 June 2013
Tuesday,21 May, 2019
Issue 1150, 29 May - 5 June 2013

Ahram Weekly


Unless officials begin to think out of the box the future of Sinai looks grim,writesAhmed Eleiba

The fate of four Egyptian policemen kidnapped in Sinai two years ago remains a mystery, writes Ahmed Morsy

There is no letup in judges’ objections to Shura Council involvement in amending the judicial authority law, Gamal Essam El-Din reports

One consequence of the Shura Council failing for a second time to come up with a draft election law that is constitutional is that its members will retain control of legislation

Reem Leilaassesses the significance of President Mohamed Morsi’s second visit to Ethiopia

The school system is subject to yet more tinkering. But to what end, asks Reem Leila

The Antiquities Ministry faces an uphill battle to halt encroachment on major archaeological sites, reports Nevine El-Aref

The reluctance of President Morsi to bring to justice those who abducted the nation’s soldiers in Sinai threatens the entire foundation of the state, writesAdel Amer

It is shameful to glamourise or excuse murder, but in flirting with jihadists, this is exactly what Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood regime is doing, writes Azmi Ashour

Shared ideological foundations on the one hand, and the Brotherhood’s replication of the Mubarak regime on the other, explain the audacity of militant jihadists in Sinai, writesAhmed

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