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· May, 2008

Stories about Egypt from May, 2008

Egypt: On the Hijab

Egypt: Styill Building Pyramids

Egypt: Strike Number Three

Egypt: On Caramel

From the Diary of a Sinister Egyptian Spinster

Egyptian women have their own set of challenges, ranging from the right to marry themselves off to inequality in marriage and divorce rights. Marwa Rakha sheds light on the thoughts...

Egypt: Torture Acceptable

Morocco: Calculators are to Blame

Israel: Diplomatic Relations Don't Extend to Soccer Field

Stuff Egyptian People Like

The Victimization of Egyptian Women and Children

Fantasia's World raises crucial issues that hold back the Egyptian society all together; namely women's rights, violence against women and children, and the general misconceptions of male-female relationships in the...

Egypt: Strike Number 3 Planned

Egypt: Egyptian Bloggers Union Formed

Egypt: A Taxi Driver's Words of Wisdom

Egypt: Sad for Hadeel

Egypt: Myths about Protests

Egypt: Islamic Feminism Alive

Arabeyes: Mourning for Hadeel

Saudi blogger Hadeel El Hadeef passed away exactly a month after her 25th birthday. Bloggers from around the region come together to mourn the death and celebrate the life of...

Egypt: Thoughts about Palestine

Egypt: Torture for Bloggers and Activists

Egyptian bloggers, cyberactivists and activists on the ground continue to pay the price for speaking up against the rising cost of living and calling for higher wages and a better...

Jordan: Three Activists Detained

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