Tags » Tahrir

A Response To Accusations Made Against Hizb ut Tahrir

A brother asked me to comment on this article (found here: http://justpaste.it/HizbutTahrir#_=_), and here is my response:

I try to not start responses with a negative remark, but I will make an exception this time. 2,946 more words


The Always Plastic Bag

Place — Tahrir Administrative Complex

Characters — M, Mr. S, and Mrs. W.

Things you need to know before reading the post — Mogamma el-Tahrir… 740 more words

Checking in on Cairo

Recently I had the privilege of talking Egypt with a leading expert on the country, Beirut-based reporter Thanassis Cambanis. After getting his views on the January 25th Revolution, its aftermath, and the country’s current state of affairs under President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, I’ve been paying closer attention to developments on the Nile. 959 more words

"We're in a global feminist moment": Mona Eltahawy on why men hate us, and how they love us

Egyptian writer and feminist Mona Eltahawy was brutally attacked by police forces in 2011 while protesting Egypt’s post-Mubarak military regime. Her subsequent essay Why do they hate us?  923 more words

Three Years to the Day: 6th of April 2012

Cairo, 6th of April, 2012. The presidential campaigns are in full swing. The temperatures have risen to comfortable degrees and the air is heavy with expectation, a slight tension that hovers between elated yells and nervosity. 372 more words


SOHRAB AHMARI: Welcome to Startup Egypt

Wall Street Journal: A new entrepreneurial culture is emerging from the turmoil of the Arab Spring.

Cairo — Tahrir became the epicenter of the Arab Spring in 2011. 66 more words