Faten Hafez

Monopoly Game

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As the Arab Awakening unfolds, Egypt is going through a transitional state, fighting for democracy and searching for its new identity. A Monopoly Game of a political nature recently emerged in the blustering political arena. A game oddly played by five disparate bickering forces, yet they were the only forces to be involved and affirmed …

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Exemplary Declaration

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The recent Declaration released by the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) entitled “End Violence Against Women” ratified mid March 2013, which unleashed a torrent of unexpected reactions particularly from the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and Al Azhar in Egypt. Sections of article 13 stirred turmoil of indignation and abrupt apprehension as they …

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Sandy’s Lesson

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The uproars and thunders of hurricane Sandy, a category one colossal force of wind, have recently sparked a controversy. The aftermath of such a disaster has become a source of strong disputes and arguments among people with faith. Sandy left us in a deep state of shock and confusion and for most of us left …

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When Do We Draw The Line?

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Yet another offensive anti-Islam practice emerged unexpectedly in 10 New York city subway stations. An anti-Islam subway ads viciously vilifying our nations and categorizing Muslim people as savages. These subway ads are among a series of repulsive activities unleashed periodically to set off fierce outrage and deadly riots in the Arab World. Far from freedom …

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