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Q&A with Paul Sussman: Linking Egypt's past with modern times

Many Western novels about Egypt risk emphasizing common stereotypes. But British novelist Paul Sussman is an exception. Through several bestselling...

Soha ElSaman Soha ElSaman 10 years ago

Expert: Egypt losing 30,000 acres of arable land annually to urban sprawl

Egypt is losing 30,000 acres of arable land each year to urban encroachment, Farouk al-Baz, director of the Boston Remote...

Soha ElSaman Soha ElSaman 10 years ago

Mark Curtis: Britain and the Muslim Brotherhood

British journalist Mark Curtis's recently released book "Secret Affairs: Britain's Collusion with Radical Islam" tells the story of the West’s...

Soha ElSaman Soha ElSaman 11 years ago

The White House doctor: People have the right to know the health status of their president

Doctors usually have a lot of interesting stories to tell about their patients. And when it comes to high profile...

Soha ElSaman Soha ElSaman 11 years ago

Q&A with Nelson DeMille: All the lion games

Over the past 30 years, American novelist Nelson DeMille has written 15 novels all of which were best sellers and...

Soha ElSaman Soha ElSaman 11 years ago

9/11 prompts a flood of books on the Middle East

The terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 have reshaped the world, not in terms of geography, but rather in terms...

Soha ElSaman Soha ElSaman 11 years ago

Nazi propaganda for the Arab world

Jeffrey Herf, professor of modern European history at the University of Maryland, College Park, recently authored Nazi Propaganda for the...

Soha ElSaman Soha ElSaman 11 years ago