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Egypt's Missing Peace

Sunday Jan 26, 2014
Firstly, I apologize for taking all this time to write but as most of you know I have been in a lot of trouble and have endured some jail time, but I promise you I am back now stronger than ever because I realized this is my path and there is no turning back now. On June 30, 2013 while my people were massively filling the streets of Egypt protesting and demanding the fall of former president Mohamed Morsi along with his so-called Muslim...
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Sunday May 19, 2013
Henry Ellis once said:   “All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on”.   These few words have really helped me match my present and my future.  Allowing me to move on and let go of the fears of any consequences, since at the end of the day deep inside I believe in what I do.     Before I continue you should all know that this article has been written and edited since I first...
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Friday Jan 25, 2013
  I believe that friendship is the most valuable asset a man can acquire in his life. I don’t know how to express my infinite gratitude to all of my true amazing friends who had my back and shook the world up side down for my release.   First I want to thank my colleagues at the Jerusalem Post for acting right away and publishing a story about my arrest in the breaking news section on the same day. “ http://www....
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Friday Nov 30, 2012
      A general view of anti-Mursi protesters gathering at Tahrir Square in Cairo November 27, 2012 Photo: Reuters   The main motivational belief that drives all the members and supporters of the Islamic groups like the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafists is that Allah (swt) is on their side. They all believe that the Arab spring was the reward from God for their patience and struggle over the years. After dominating the...
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Monday Nov 05, 2012
  I hope that I don’t get arrested for this one but I can't stay quiet about the political scene in my Egypt. When President Morsi was appointed on June 30th, 2012 I stayed quiet and started to observe. In a sense of fairness the opposition parties and all the political activists of Egypt agreed to give president Morsi a 100 days chance to work on the promises he gave during the elections. Morsi promised that during his first 100...
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