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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
ʻAlāʼ Aswānī; Jonathan Wright
|Language Note:||In English; translated from Arabic.|
|Description:||x, 192 pages ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||The presidency and succession. The Egyptian campaign against the succession ; Three fallacious arguments for supporting Gamal Mubarak ; The art of pleasing the president ; The chameleons attack ElBaradei ; Should Gaza pay the price for hereditary succession in Egypt? Why are we falling behind as the world progresses ; The only way to evict Mr. Battista ; What do Egyptians expect from ElBaradei? ; When will President Mubarak grasp this truth? ; Does rigging elections count as a major sin? ; Do we need a benevolent dictator? ; A story for children and adults ; A surprise dinner with an important person ; Thoughts on the president's health ; Why don't Egyptians take part in elections? --
The people and social justice. Our advice to the butcher ; The party of the Great Collapse ; Why do Egyptians harass women? ; How should we overcome the temptation posed by women? ; The Niqab and flawed religiosity ; Piety in front of the camera ; What will protect the Copts? ; Egypt sits on the substitutes' bench ; Are Egyptians really religious? ; The sorrows of Miss Laurence ; Why are religious fanatics obsessed with women's bodies? ; Nora and the National Squad ; Defending Egypt's flag ; The importance of being human ; Who killed the Egyptians on the religious holiday? ; Can President Obama save the Copts? ; Egypt awakened ; The story of Mamdouh Hamza ; Who is killing the poor in Egypt? ; Does subservience protect us from injustice? ; Does mistreating people invalidate the Ramadan fast? --
Free speech and State repression. How do police officers celebrate Ramadan? ; A discussion with a state security officer ; Four videos to entertain President Mubarak ; Before we damn Switzerland ; An unfortunate incident befalls a state security officer ; Why was the general screaming? ; Should we start with moral reform or reforming the system? ; Are freedoms inseparable? ; The fate of Ibrahim Eissa.
|Responsibility:||Alaa Al Aswany ; translated by Jonathan Wright.|
- Egypt -- Politics and government -- 1981-
- Egypt -- Social conditions -- 1981-
- Political corruption -- Egypt.
- Islam and politics -- Egypt.
- Women -- Egypt -- Social conditions.
- Democracy -- Egypt.
- Egypt -- Politics and government.
- Egypt -- Social conditions.
- Islam -- Social aspects -- Egypt.
- Women -- Social conditions -- Egypt.
- Islam and politics.
- Political corruption.
- Political science.
- Social history.
- Women -- Social conditions.
- Conditions économiques.
- Conditions sociales.
- Evolution politique.
- Violence politique.