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Mohamed ElGohary

Global Voices Lingua Manager and Board Member.

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Latest posts by Mohamed ElGohary

Egypt: Finding a job you enjoy?

Egyptian blogger Cinderella Nabil blogs [ar] about her refusal in accepting any job just for the money.

Egypt: The Army and the Economy

Egyptian Vlogger Aalam Wassef reacts to the Egyptian security forces intentional aiming at activist Salma Said with a video mentioning a list of foreign companies dealing with the Egyptian army.

Palestine: A Blogging Initiative for Jerusalem, the Praying City

Palestinian bloggers have joined hands to blog for their country, in a blogging initiative led by Abir Kopty under the theme: “For you, oh praying city, we blog.” In the...

Libya: A Letter from a Woman in Benghazi

A Libyan woman from Benghazi is criticizing her countrymen for marrying non-Libyans after the revolution. She states that Libyan women are not getting rights equal to those granted to men...

Egypt: “I really sympathize with Mubarak”

Hany George, an Egyptian blogger and activist shares a true story from Tahrir Square that he dedicates to all the people who still sympathize with ousted president Hosni Mubarak as...

Egypt: Storming State Security

The Headquarters of the infamous State Security (Amn El-Dawla in Arabic) in several cities Egypt were attacked by thousands of Egyptian protesters after the notorious apparatus started burning and damaging...

Egypt: An Open Letter to Egyptian Christians

Egyptian blogger Sherif, also known as Ibn AbdelAziz, offers his condolences (Ar) to Christian Egyptians, after the deadly Alexandria church explosion on New Year's eve in this post Mohamed ElGohary...

Egypt: The Cairo barrages

Flickr user Muhammad A Hassan posted photos of his neighborhood, called Al Qanatir Al-Khayriyah in Arabic, or the Cairo barrages.

Egypt: A Strike for Minimum Wages

A court ruling was issued to force the Egyptian government to set a minimum living wage for both the private and public sector workers. Egyptian bloggers are reacting and promoting...

Egypt: And the IslamOnline strike continues

The IslamOnline employees sit-in continues in Cairo, Egypt, after 250 employees were given their notice. The disgruntled employees are livestreaming, blogging and using Twitter to broadcast their plight. Mohamed El...

Syria: Petition to Google for Arabic Android

Syrian blogger Anas Qtiesh invites us [Ar] to vote for Arabic support in new Google Android open source software in Google Nexus One.

Saudi Arabia: Designing Wallpapers

Saudi blogger Bandar designs beautiful wallpapers. He is also interested in Web2.0 tools and blogs about his reactions to them.

Egypt: Fox News Creative Chaos

Egyptian blogger Zeinobia reacts to a mistake on Fox News, where Egypt is placed on a map instead of Iraq. Our Morocco author Jillian C York makes a similar observation...

Egypt: A Car Trade Social Service.

CarLog is a new online service for trading cars in Egypt that enables car owners to share photos, videos, and reviews of their vehicles on Facebook.

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