As an architect Mr. Elsahy did his Masters Thesis as a 75-Year Urban Plan Solution to the Status of Jerusalem and currently does reconstruction in Iraq and Afghanistan work.
Latest posts by Karim Elsahy
Danial Varisco, Chair of the Anthropology Department at Hofstra University and author of “Tabsir: Insight on Islam and the Middle East” has a very interesting post on “American Tableaux Manners Egyptian Style”
Few, besides the ones that were already content with the Egyptian status quo or the Muslim Brotherhood, are happy with the outcome of yesterday’s elections. Big Pharaoh considers immigrating, an idea Sandmonkey reports that sentiment is being echoed in the country (except from one of his friends that concludes that “Islam is the solution”.)
Friends of Syria, a site set up to provide a level balance appropriating both blame and virtue on those that deserve either; regardless of association invites people that want to voice their solidarity with the ordinary people of Syria to sign their support.
Nora Younes (arabic) writes on the initiation of a modern day Christian Egyptian exodus (Arabic) that Sandmonkey was nice enough to translate.
Manal and Alaa's blog writes: Abdolkarim Nabil Seliman is a 21 year-old Egyptian student of law at the Azhar University, Damanhour Campus, a women's-rights activist and a correspondent for Copts United. In addition to writing at Civic Dialogue, he also publishes at a blog he maintains. On Wednesday 26 October...
The parliamentary elections Egyptians face next month may very well be more substantial than the first Presidential one they encountered last month. Through these elections many hope to influence the stranglehold the National Democratic Party (NDP) has on both the upper and lower houses of parliament (upwards of 85%).
Following the devastating terrorist attacks in the Egyptian tourist hub of Sharm Elshiekh, Pray4Peace.org set up a fundraiser called Sharm Relief at SharmReleif.com.