Monthly Archives: October 2014

Egyptian Injustice: Sanaa

I woke up to find an Egypt unable to spell the word Justice. Minutes ago Sanaa, the sister of Alaa and Mona deeply respected democracy and rights activists, was jailed for 3 years. She, and 22 others, were put behind … Continue reading

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Sinai Slaughterhouse

Cairo we have a problem. As of the writing of this piece 27 Egyptian soldiers have been confirmed killed acording to Sky News Arabia Breaking and at least 30 injured (UPDATED 740p CLT). This attack is the largest terror attack during … Continue reading

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Gwyneth Patrow Is Trying To Kill Me

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
A couple weeks ago, in an ongoing effort to avoid my natural instinct to gorge on raw meat and nachos, I purchased a healthy living cookbook. Not just any healthy living cookbook, but Gwyneth Paltrow’s…

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From New York To Sisi With Love

From New York with Love to Sisi Originally published here Daily News Egypt  /   October 1, 2014  /   1 Comment   /   1536 Views ShareThis Facebook Tweet   Print       Email By Amr Khalifa Sometime last … Continue reading

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