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Centrist politicians hope to evade Islamist-secular divide

Although no date has been set yet for the upcoming parliamentary elections, different political parties have already begun talks in...

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Alarming threats to press freedom prompt journalists’ backlash

With more uncertainty surrounding the future of press freedom in the Muslim Brotherhood-led political order, journalists have yet to consolidate...

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Q&A with Ameur Larayedh: Ennahda versus Salafis

Egypt Independent met with Ameur Larayedh, Tunisia's Ennahda political bureau head, constitution-writing assembly member and well-known moderate, who returned to Tunisia...

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Thursday's papers: Mekky dreams of press freedom, wakes up

Thursday’s press shows conflicting reports about the future of journalists convicted of libel and defamation in the Muslim Brotherhood-led political...

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Tunisia’s Salafi flavor

TUNIS — The appearance of Mohamed Khouja, the leader of Tunisia’s first licensed Salafi political party, does not overtly show...

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Q&A with Rajaa Ben Slama: Tunisia's Islamist-secular divide

Raja Ben Slama, a professor of Arab civilization at Manouba University in Tunis, founder of The Tunisian Cultural Association to...

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What's in an image: Class drama in Ramadan

For decades, the highpoint of Ramadan’s drama had been a serial about an idealistic middle class character who strives to...

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Under new leadership, media face old oppressive policies

More than a month ago, the Muslim Brotherhood’s mouthpiece newspaper coined two dichotomous categories of media. One was “the black...

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Wednesday’s papers: When Morsy told Tantawi

Wednesday’s papers still attempt to unpack the events that culminated in President Mohamed Morsy's decision to oust the two top...

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A lost enemy: Secularists fear Morsy move paves road for grip on power

By claiming legislative authorities and canceling a military-issued constitutional charter that gave the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces the...

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The Brothers of the Cabinet

Despite secular groups’ frenzy about state institutions being headed and dominated by the Muslim Brotherhood, the Cabinet formation came against...

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Tunisia’s Islamist-secular divide gives a new meaning to the battle

TUNIS – Right in the heart of Tunis, a dozen of bearded men, some dressed in robes, others in tunics,...

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Q&A with Ennahda's Ajmi Lourimi

TUNIS — Ajmi Lourimi, a member of Ennahda’s highest decision-making body, stands out as one of the most moderate voices...

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Thursday's papers: Eyes on the Cabinet

News updates and analyses about President Mohamed Morsy’s first Cabinet take the lion’s share in Thursday’s papers. After almost one...

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