· July, 2006

Stories about Egypt from July, 2006

African Women: Call for Nominations

  21 July 2006

African Women posts a call for nominations for the African Women of Distinction book and video exhibition scheduled for December 2006. The aim, the announcement says, is to profile the stories and work of 20 women in Africa who embody the essence of leadership, determination, and innovation in addressing social,...

Arabisc: The Blazing Middle East

  14 July 2006

Third day after the beginning of the never ending Middle East conflict; Israel/Lebanon war, the Arabic blogsphere speaks. Ranging between anger, celebration, condemnation and support, on both sides of the conflict, the bloggers views vary depends where they come from. Some sound extreme, others sound objective and reasonable, but all...

Egypt: The Happy Ending for Journalism Law

  11 July 2006

Zeinobia sarcastically describe the latest news about the Egyptian president intervention to stop a law that was approved by majority of MBs (who were all members of the same party lead by the president). The controversial law was against the freedom of press. The more stranger is the changing attitude...

Egypt: Death Threats

  10 July 2006

Hossam el-Hamalawy post some troubling news that Youth for Change detainee Mohamed el-Sharqawi has been subject to death threats in Tora prison, where he’s currently detained.

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