· November, 2011

Stories about Egypt from November, 2011

Egypt: All Set for Parliamentary Elections 2011

  6 November 2011

Voting for Egypt's parliamentary elections begins on November 29. Get up to date with the process and some of the issues netizens are discussing about the country's first elections since the ouster of former president Hosni Mubarak.

Egypt: Men Should Wear the Veil!

  4 November 2011

With Islamists rising in post-revolution Egypt, fear of religious oppression is growing among youth, minorities, and women. A new Facebook group encouraging men to wear Hijab or veils, in solidarity with women has just popped up. Here are some reactions to the initiative from Egyptian and Tunisian netizens.

Egypt: SCAF – The Last Pillar of the House!?

  2 November 2011

The past few days we've witnessed the detention of veteran blogger Alaa Abd El Fattah, a prisoner tortured to death in jail, and other incidents that have made Egyptian bloggers wonder whether we back to square one again.

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