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2008-8-9
It’s now widely recognized that social protest has become a staple of Egyptian politics, what some journalists and researchers have taken to calling an emergent “culture of protest” among an aggrieved citizenry. ..

2008-5-16
It’s now widely recognized that social protest has become a staple of Egyptian politics, what some journalists and researchers have taken to calling an emergent “culture of protest” among an aggrieved citizenry. Opinions differ on when to date the formation of this ‘culture.’ Some date it to 2002 with the pro-Palestine solidarity protests, others to 2004 with labour protests and the birth of Kifaya, still others to 2005 with the mobilisation accompanying the presidential and parliament..

by: Baheyya 2007-12-8
Since Monday, thousands of tax collectors from the Real Estate Tax Authority have made a downtown street their home. They’ve converged on Cairo from all over the country to stage a massive sit-in in front of the Cabinet building. Their demands: wage parity with their better-paid colleagues in the General Tax and Sales Tax Authorities, and transferring their affiliation from the corruption-ridden municipal governments to the Finance Ministry (a demand they’ve made since 1976). Real esta..

by: Baheyya 2007-9-17
Thursday’s sentencing and fining of four independent newspaper editors is not particularly new or surprising. And neither is the impending trial of Ibrahim Eissa for allegedly spreading rumours about Mubarak’s health...

by: Baheyya 2007-7-30
On Monday, 23 July, stay at home and raise Egypt’s flag...

by: Baheyya 2007-7-30
Talented photographer Amr Abdallah at al-Masry al-Yawm has kindly shared his photos of citizens’ daily struggle for water, here in Giza. I’m in no mood for comment. What’s there to say? Who isn’t outraged by this suffering and deprivation, and who isn’t enraged by the responses of Gamal Mubarak’s ministers and his father’s governors?..