Tuesday,12 December, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1166, (26 September - 2 October 2013)
Tuesday,12 December, 2017
Issue 1166, (26 September - 2 October 2013)

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

What calculations are keeping the Salafis on the political scene? Amany Maged examines the Nour Party’s manoeuvrings

Women intend to play an effective role in amending the upcoming constitution, reports Reem Leila

The Press Syndicate said it was fairly satisfied with the draft articles related to freedom of expression in the new constitution, reports Khaled Dawoud

The football fans are beating a path of destruction, for reasons and, at times, without, reports Inas Mazhar

For three weeks rumours have been flying that campus security personnel will be granted the power of arrest. Mohamed Abdel-Baky examines what lies behind a story the government has thrice denied

Students and teachers are banned from discussing political or religious issues in schools

The interim government is trying hard not to alienate the poor, writes Sherine Abdel-Razek, but more daring actions are needed to revive the economy

Rumours that Sinai will be declared a terrorist free zone on 6 October are baseless, writes Ahmed Eleiba

Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmi addressed the UN General Assembly in New York this week, part of an initiative to rebalance the country’s foreign policy, writes Doaa El-Bey

Is the Muslim Brotherhood still a viable organisation, and if not, what can take its place? Amany Maged ponders some answers

Ahmed Morsy reports from Kerdasa where the security clampdown continues

A new book focuses on former president Gamal Abdel-Nasser through the words of his wife, writes Gamal Nkrumah

There have been criticisms of the emphasis placed on Arab nationalism in Egypt’s new constitution, but these run the risk of misunderstanding the country’s regional role,

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