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· November, 2007

Stories about Egypt from November, 2007

21 November 2007

Egypt: Those People

The Egyptian blogger Ohod writes here some short stories about people whom he have met in his childhood and how life changed them when they grew up. Tarek Amr translates...

15 November 2007

Egypt: Shawerma Nostalgia

Do certain tastes and smells linger in your mind long after products, tastes, feel and smells change? This translation from the Egyptian Arabic blogosphere asks just that.

9 November 2007

Egypt: Nothing Moves People As Much As Religion

The late Naguib Mahfouz once said: "If you want to move people, you look for a point of sensitivity, and in Egypt nothing moves people as much as religion." It...

8 November 2007

Pakistan: A Middle Eastern Perspective

What are bloggers in the Middle East saying about the latest developments in Pakistan? The reactions range from launching petitions to stop martial law to satire, from advice to lamenting...

Egypt: Fear God Call

6 November 2007

Egypt: Final Chapter of a Torture Case

After months of waiting and speculation, justice is served at last in an Egyptian saga in which a driver was sodomised and tortured by police - who captured their criminal...

2 November 2007

Libya: Funny Pictures