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Current issue | Issue 1162, (29 August - 4 September 2013)
Thursday,19 October, 2017
Issue 1162, (29 August - 4 September 2013)

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

The trial of high-profile symbols of the two ousted presidents Hosni Mubarak and Mohamed Morsi opened this week in Cairo. Gamal Essam El-Din reports

The first phase of drafting a new constitution is complete, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

Popular and official diplomacy collaborated this week to show the world a true picture of the 30 June Revolution, writes Doaa El-Bey

What does the future hold for Islamist forces following the downfall of the Muslim Brotherhood? Amany Maged seeks answers

Egypt lost ground with international public opinion following the 3 July ouster of Mohamed Morsi. Sticking to the roadmap is the best way to redress misperceptions, writes Al-Sayed Amin Shalabi

Anti-terrorist operations in the peninsula are shaking up regional calculations as well as Washington’s long term plans, writes Ahmed Eleiba

The vast majority of Egyptians had concluded that the Muslim Brotherhood was a danger to the country well before the 30 June Revolution, writes Ahmed El-Tonsi

The release of three YouTube videos showing clerics condoning the killing of armed rebels has triggered a wave of angry reactions, reports Gihan Shahine

Developers who break building codes are responsible for yet more deaths in Alexandria, writes Ameera Fouad

Human rights groups that criticise security actions are being vilified, writes Khaled Dawoud

A host of new challenges awaits the reshuffled National Council for Human Rights, reports Ahmed Morsy

Safwat Al-Bayadi, pastor of the evangelical community in Egypt and honorary president of the Middle East Council of Churches, spoke to Michael Adel about his views on the current conflict

Despite their pain at the loss of many churches, Egypt’s Copts have refused to react to Brotherhood provocation, writes Michael Adel

The real origins of the present crisis lie in the Muslim Brotherhood’s refusal to accept the verdict of the 30 June Revolution and its lack of genuine democratic credentials,

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