Thursday,19 July, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1177, (19 December 2013 - 1 January 2014)
Thursday,19 July, 2018
Issue 1177, (19 December 2013 - 1 January 2014)

Ahram Weekly


Ahmed Eleiba on the explosive situation in the peninsula

Why has the Muslim Brotherhood shown itself to be so willing to resort to violence and what steps should be taken to end the current crisis, asks Amany Maged

The security establishment rode the wave of anti-Brotherhood sentiment to stage a comeback, writes Khaled Dawoud

2013 will be remembered as the year in which two former presidents faced trial on charges of inciting violence and killing protesters, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

Violent demonstrations were an ongoing feature of the last 12 months. Ahmed Morsy asks why protests that began peacefully so often ended in clashes

The historic changes Egypt has undergone in the last 12 months have done nothing to lessen the threats of violence against women, writes Reem Leila

Why have students at Egypt’s public universities been resorting to violence to make their voices heard, asks Gehad Hussein

Intimidated, victimised and manipulated, Egypt’s Christians had a hard year, writes Dina Ezzat

Though it presents itself as a source of unbiased pan-Arab news, Al-Jazeera has in fact long been the mouthpiece of the Muslim Brotherhood, writes Yasser Abul-Makarem

How does Egypt’s newly-drafted constitution seek to stem the tide of Islamist violence? Gamal Essam El-Din reports

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