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Abdel Nasser’s Cinema and Sisi’s Series: The Transformation of Art into Propaganda Against Enemies

During Abdel Nasser’s era, cinema was the most popular form of entertainment. However, during Sisi’s…

Pirated Movies: A Staple in Today’s Syria

The inability of Syrians to watch a series on Netflix platform reflects their suffering in…

Cairo: Facing a Future Without a Past

In an attempt to modernize and solve the city’s notorious traffic issues, Cairo is in…

Black Cleopatra Sparks Wave of Anger in Egypt

Starring Britain’s Adele James, Netflix’ upcoming docudrama Queen Cleopatra portrays the famous historical figure as…

On Female Deities: How Poetry Led Amina Abdullah to Condemnation

“We must always be bound by some man: a father who does not have to…

Lebanon: Music as a Reflection of the Political Turmoil

Throughout history, music has always been a reflection of the political or social movements, and Lebanon…

The Hunger Games: Worked to Death in Egypt

Nour Ashour committed suicide by jumping off the 3rd floor of the Cairo office of…

Children of Syria… Begging for Bread and Matches

The same government that subjugated its nation still reigns. That very same government that is…

Living In a Country That Hates You

I can only imagine what the multiplication of stories and cultural representation can mean for…

Egypt: Where a Facebook Post May Land You in Prison for a Decade (2)

Kafka meets Orwell in Egypt’s surreal brave new world, where a like, share or post…