The young man explained to me: It’s a new process for foreigners seeking visa extensions, and the technology is also new.
The resident of Talaat Harb Square, Cairo has a nice view but what he needs is a sense of humor.
The restriction of online spaces will be a huge setback for Egyptian civil society.
Below ground on Cairo's packed metro many things are permitted and certain things are not.
Anger stains the soul just like an ink blot spoils the page.
In less than a month’s time, I will begin my sixth year in prison. Another terrifying number.
I take pleasure in thinking about the similarities between me and Harry.
Just now, I slipped up and thought about the future.
republished from Mada Masr, an Egyptian blog that you can't read in Egypt, which should tell you something about what happens when government becomes powerful and autocratic enough to really shut people up.