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M. Lynx Qualey 08 Apr 2012
“Muslim” and “Moslem” are nothing more than “two different spellings of the same word,...
Ahdaf Soueif’s “Cairo: My City, Our Revolution” is an addition to the blossoming genre of “revolution diary” literature. It is also a challenge to the genre, a scuffling of it.
M. Lynx Qualey 26 Feb 2012
  Ahdaf Soueif’s “Cairo: My City, Our Revolution” is an addition to the blossoming genre of...
 
“Reflections on Islamic Art,” published in November 2011, pairs art from Doha’s monumental Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) with creative writing from twenty-seven internationally acclaimed authors. 
M. Lynx Qualey 02 Jan 2012
“Reflections on Islamic Art,” edited by Ahdaf Soueif, appears at a time when Islamic art is surging back...
During a brief visit to the 30th Sharjah International Book Fair, acclaimed Egyptian novelist Ahdaf Soueif gave a first public reading from her forthcoming memoir, “Cairo: My City, Our Revolution.”
M. Lynx Qualey 21 Nov 2011
During a brief visit to the 30th Sharjah International Book Fair, acclaimed Egyptian novelist Ahdaf Soueif gave a first...
M. Lynx Qualey 17 Jul 2011
  Ahdaf Soueif Soueif is the author of the bestselling novel “The Map of Love,” which was shortlisted...
M. Lynx Qualey 17 Apr 2011
The opening of the 2011 Palestine Festival of Literature, popularly known as PalFest, was overshadowed this year both...
Amany Aly Shawky 21 Mar 2011
Dar al-Shorouk recently republished Ahdaf Soueif’s book “Fe Mowagahat al-Madafei: Re’la Felestinia...
Wael Ali
Basant Zain-eddine
19 Sep 2010
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) criticized the National Democratic Party’s (NDP) refusal to...