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Mohammed Salah
Mohammed Salah

Mohammed Salah is a writer at Al-Hayat newspaper and its Bureau Chief in Cairo.

COLUMNISTS
Mohammed Salah
Mohammed Salah

Mohammed Salah is a writer at Al-Hayat newspaper and its Bureau Chief in Cairo.

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There is nothing strange about the clash that has erupted between the leader of al-Qaeda, Doctor Ayman al-Zawahiri, and his organization on the one ...

Egypt the Presidents Society and the Vatican Carrot

Monday, 15 October 2012

Thus, the banner raised by one protester about a year ago at a demonstration in Tahrir Square, on which was written “Down with the Next President”, ...

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Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Chance played its part and the commemoration of the victory of the October War coincided with the passing of the first one hundred days of President ...

The age of rhetoric

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Chance played its part and the commemoration of the victory of the October War coincided with the passing of the first one hundred days of President ...

The Egyptian army in Sinai… and in Damascus!

Tuesday, 2 October 2012

It is well known that important strategic decisions require individuals in important positions who have the ability to make them. What is happening in ...

Shuffled cards in the presidential elections

Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Those following the presidential election campaign in Egypt note the rising harshness of “verbal exchanges” among the candidates’ supporters, a ...

“An Expert’s Mistake”

Tuesday, 3 April 2012

The saying goes in Egypt that “an expert’s mistake is worth a thousand”, meaning that a mistake made by an ordinary person might go by without ...

Egypt in Tunisia’s footsteps

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There seems to be a clear contrast between the case of Egypt and Tunisia on the one hand, and that of Libya on the other. Indeed, both the regimes of ...

His excellency, President Aboutrika

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Egyptian politicians are racing to win the “cake” of power, or parts of it. Political competition is legitimate, and is in fact a duty, so as for ...

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