Daily News Egypt: Casualty of the Revolution
Daily News Egypt, the only independent English language newspaper published in Egypt has closed its doors after a 70% collapse in ad revenues.
Too Late to Save Egypt’s Revolution?
RANIA AL MALKY: The stakes today with Omar Suleiman perhaps within days of succeeding Mubarak, are just as high as they were on January 25, 2011.
Egypt: A Long Road to the Starting Point
RANIA AL MALKY: Egypt is approaching full circle, masterminded by SCAF: The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Politics and Egypt: In the name of God
RANIA AL MALKY: Egypt is on the brink of an Islamic abyss. The Freedom and Justice Party’s tattered poker-faced mask has fallen… So they say…
In New Egypt, Old Divides Still Rule
RANIA AL MALKY: Muslim residents attacked the home and shops of Coptic tailor, Murad Girgis following a relationship between him and a Muslim woman.
Egypt and the Real Enemy Within
RANIA AL MALKY: Every drop of blood spilt in the struggle for democracy has taken away from SCAF’s legitimacy, turning more Egyptians against military rule.
Inept or Culpable, the SCAF Must Go
RANIA AL MALKY: One of my childhood friends buried her son yesterday. He was 22. His name was Omar. He had his whole life ahead of him.
Egypt’s “Revolution”: With Mubarak Legally Still President, Has It Even Started Yet?
RANIA AL MALKY: Guess what you fools, Farid El-Deeb told the court and Egyptians, Mubarak is still the president. This court can’t even try him.
Mubarak Disinformation: Subverting Justice
RANIA AL MALKY: It is becoming impossible to speculate on the direction the case will take, El-Deeb attempting to marginalize the importance of this trial.
Egyptian Justice On Trial as Mubarak Theater of the Absurd Goes On… And on…
RANIA AL MALKY: Without a just verdict, this absurd piece of courtroom drama will join a shameful list of reminders the revolution is far from complete.
25 Days: The Countdown to the Anniversary of Egypt’s Uprising Has Begun…
RANIA AL MALKY: Over the past two weeks, SCAF has turned this cause for celebration to a potential apocalypse, casting a dark shadow of fear…
Psychological Warfare: ‘External Forces Are Behind Protests – SCAF ‘Leaked’ Report
RANIA AL MALKY: What SCAF did not take into consideration deploying its “Clockwork Orange” conditioning scheme, was the vigilance of new Egyptians.
Egypt: Suspicions SCAF Plans to Neuter Democratic Progress Must Be Met Full On
RANIA AL MALKY: No matter reservations we have about the next parliament, clearly to be dominated by Islamists, it must be given full authority…
Egypt’s Intelligentisia Needs to Think as its Army Roadblocks Democracy
RANIA AL MALKY: SCAF’s advisory council should think twice before accepting (at best) a vague role that can only inflame an already tense climate.
Egypt Elections: What a Difference 365 Days Makes
RANIA AL MALKY: A year on bitterness has given way to gratitude. Had the elections not been so rigged, the uprising might have never have happened.
Egypt: SCAF “Teargas” Claim An Insult to Victims
RANIA AL MALKY: No apology will suffice to reverse the insult that such a blatantly false claim has dealt to the memory of the victims…
Egypt’s Revolution Reignited on Army Inaction
RANIA AL MALKY: It’s time the army generals woke up from their slumber: Tahrir is brimming, the fear barrier has collapsed and there is no turning back.
Egypt: How to Amputate a Revolution
RANIA AL MALKY: Time for the SCAF to get off its high horse, relinquish its self-interest and prove the good intentions to which it has only paid lip service.
Khaled Saeid: Lack of Redress Keeping The Spark Burning
RANIA AL MALKY: Time is running out before the first anniversary of Jan 25. This time, Egyptians won’t wait 30 years before finding their way to Tahrir.
Arab Spring: All Pain, No Gain, Just the Same?
RANIA AL MALKY: Is it logical that the ousted Mubarak, responsible for the disintegration of Egypt’s institutions is now living in a five-star hospital suite…