Monday, 30 September 2013

Daily Links 10/01/2013

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

Great review of principal flashpoints by @Bassem_Sabry... Problems Ahead For #Egypt Constitution Debate - Al-Monitor

Dostour and Social Democratic party may unite – spokesman - #Egypt - Aswat Masriya

Westerners’ Smuggled Letters Offer Rare Glimpse of #Egypt Prisons -

Subsidy cuts and tax amendments in #Egypt's near future: Ministers - Ahram Online

#Egypt's public school system failing all tests - Ahram Online

Constitution committee in deadlock over military articles: Sources - #Egypt - Ahram Online

In first, Israel honours Egyptian Holocaust rescuer - #Egypt - Ahram Online

Tourism slumps 80% since August - #Egypt

Bishop walks out of constituent assembly meeting - #Egypt #Copts

Labor activist wades into the deep state | Mada Masr - #Egypt

Contempt of religion verdict criticised - #Egypt

The Launch of “Thuwwar”: A New Egyptian Organization Devoted to Reviving the Revolution - #Egypt

#Egypt state regains control over Dabaa nuclear plant construction site - Ahram Online

Tamarod slams #ElBaradei | #Egypt

While atheism in #Egypt rises, backlash ensues

'Revolutionaries' call for student protests against 'security intervention' - #Egypt - Ahram Online

Minya Bishop targetted by gunmen - #Egypt #Copts - Ahram Online

Sunday, 29 September 2013

#Egypt’s Academic Year Off to a Rough Start | Al-Fanar Media

Palestinians protest at Rafah border, demand #Egypt lift restrictions - Ahram Online

A 'mini-committee'? A mega-issue for a mini-committee! #Egypt's army privileges to be reviewed by mini-committee

Daily Links 09/30/2013

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

Egyptian students clash as Morsi turmoil spreads to campuses - #Egypt - Ahram Online

Top 100 Jadaliyya Articles of Last Three Years

Originally posted at Jadaliyya

  1. Waiting for Alia
  2. Why Mubarak is Out
  3. Why the Western Media are Getting Egypt Wrong
  4. The Right to the City Movement and the Turkish Summer
  5. Egyptian Elections: Preliminary Results [UPDATED]
  6. How Not to Study Gender in the Middle East
  7. "من المآسي المضاعفة للنزوح:فتيات سوريات للزواج "بثمن بخس
  8. Let's Talk About Sex
  9. Tragic Day for Norway; Shameful Day for Journalism
  10. What is a Virgin?
  11. Egypt's Revolution 2.0: The Facebook Factor
  12. الجيش والاقتصاد في بر مصر
  13. Sexual Harassment Video that Led to Removal of Rula Quawas as Dean at the University of Jordan
  14. The Idiot's Guide to Fighting Dictatorship in Syria While Opposing Military Intervention
  15. US on UN Veto: "Disgusting", "Shameful", "Deplorable", "a Travesty" . . . Really?
  16. The Poetry of Revolt
  17. Unpacking Anti-Muslim Brotherhood Discourse
  18. Jon Stewart's Theater of the Absurd
  19. What is Settler Colonialism?
  20. Egypt's Three Revolutions: The Force of History behind this Popular Uprising
  21. On Sheep and Infidels
  22. The Marriage of Sexism and Islamophobia; Re-Making the News on Egypt
  23. The Empire of Sexuality: An Interview with Joseph Massad
  24. The Army and the Economy in Egypt
  25. Neither Heroes, Nor Villains: A Conversation with Talal Asad on Egypt After Morsi
  26. Stuff White People Like n.135 Humanitarian Intervention
  27. Why Egypt's Progressives Win
  28. Letter to a Syrian Friend Who Said: ‘Your Opposition to the US Attack on Syria Means You Support the Asad Regime’
  29. Gay Rights as Human Rights: Pinkwashing Homonationalism
  30. ما الذي يحدث في مصر الآن؟
  31. "Was the Arab Spring Really Worth It?": The Fascinating Arrogance of Power
  32. Chemical Attacks and Military Interventions
  33. Orientalist Feminism Rears its Head in India
  34. Saeeds of Revolution: De-Mythologizing Khaled Saeed
  35. "V for Vendetta": The Other Face of Egypt's Youth Movement
  36. Paradoxes of Arab Refo-lutions
  37. Orientalising the Egyptian Uprising
  38. Asad Apologists: The Ostrich Syndrome
  39. Ayaan Hirsi Ali's War
  40. Brand Turkey and the Gezi Protests: Authoritarianism, Law, and Neoliberalism (Part One)
  41. UC Berkeley's New Chancellor Endorses the Falsehood: Criticizing Israel is Anti-Semitic
  42. Saudi Women: "I Will Drive Myself Starting June 17"
  43. الثورة المصرية تلفظ أبناءها؟ من كريم عامر إلى علياء المهدي
  44. Why Chuck Hagel Is Irrelevant
  45. جنرالات مصر ورأس المال العابر للحدود
  46. Everywhere is Taksim, Resistance Everywhere
  47. Tradition and the Anti-Politics Machine: DAM Seduced by the “Honor Crime”
  48. Open Letter from Alice Walker to Alicia Keys Regarding the Boycott of Israel
  49. Egypt's Three Revolutions: The Force of History behind this Popular Uprising
  50. Top Ten List: What to Expect From Ahmadinejad’s Visit to Lebanon (+ Arabic Translation)
  51. The Seven Wonders of the Revolution
  52. Month-by-Month Summary of Developments in Syria (Updated)
  53. Egyptian Elections: Preliminary Results [UPDATED]
  54. Essential Viewing: Five Tunisian Films from a Postrevolutionary Perspective
  55. Letter Concerning Removal of Professor Rula Quawas from Her Post as Dean at the University of Jordan
  56. Missing Edward Said
  57. Politics at the Tip of the Clitoris: Why, in Fact, Do They Hate Us?
  58. Frantz Fanon and the Arab Uprisings: An Interview with Nigel Gibson
  59. My 50 Minutes with Manaf
  60. Freedom and Justice Party
  61. Lordy, Lordy, I Declare! Big Brother Is in My Underwear
  62. Two Years of Meta-Narratives: How Not to Cover Syria
  63. Timeline: Israel's Latest Escalation in Gaza
  64. Saudi Arabia's Silent Protests
  65. Solidarity and Its Discontents
  66. Occupy Gezi: The Limits of Turkey’s Neoliberal Success
  67. Morsi Past the Point of No Return
  68. The Uprisings Will be Gendered
  69. "We Are the Eight Percent": Inside Egypt's Underground Shaabi Music Scene
  70. Solidarity and Intervention in Libya
  71. Woman’s Work: The Twisted Reality of an Italian Freelancer in Syria
  72. What is Sharia?
  73. Sexual Violence in Egypt: Myths and Realities
  74. A Year in the Life of Egypt's Media: A 2011 Timeline [Updated]
  75. The Revenge of the Police State
  76. Preliminary Historical Observations on the Arab Revolutions of 2011
  77. Gays, Islamists, and The Arab Spring: What Would A Revolutionary Do?
  78. الطاغية إبن الطاغية
  79. NATO's "Conspiracy" against the Libyan Revolution
  80. Statement from the Egyptian Revolutionary Socialists on the Massacre in Cairo
  81. War of Position and War of Maneuver: Sexperts, Sex Pervs, and Sex Revolutionaries
  82. Alignments of Dissent and Politics of Naming: Assembling Resistance in Turkey
  83. The PhD's Job Crisis
  84. The Case Against the Grand Egyptian Museum
  85. One Night in Hamra
  86. Roundtable on Post-Mubarak Egypt: Authoritarianism without Autocrats? (Full Series with Response by Brownlee)
  87. New Texts Out Now: Belen Fernandez, The Imperial Messenger: Thomas Friedman at Work
  88. E-Militias of the Muslim Brotherhood: How to Upload Ideology on Facebook
  89. A Critique of Reporting on the Middle East
  90. بانتظار علياء
  91. The Saudi Women Revolution Statement
  92. What If the Egyptian Protesters Were Democrats?
  93. Al-Nour Party
  94. The Revolution Against Neoliberalism
  95. Contours of a New Republic and Signals from the Past: How to Understand Taksim Square
  96. Egypt's ‘Orderly Transition’? International Aid and the Rush to Structural Adjustment
  97. Three Powerfully Wrong--and Wrongly Powerful--American Narratives about the Arab Spring
  98. Tribalism in the Arabian Peninsula: It Is a Family Affair
  99. Egypt's Other Revolution: Modernizing the Military-Industrial Complex
  100. The Muslim Brotherhood's Militias in Action: A Firsthand Account