It has been four years since the revolution of 2011. Looking back at all this time, I couldn't help but wonder, was it all worth it? Egypt has enjoyed crazy tragedy, violence, and heartache since that day of the revolution on January 25, 2011. my issue is, I am one of those people who believe, perhaps mistakingly, that the January 25 revolution was not a revolution of the citizens of Egypt, but a hijacked revolution of Islam. Be..
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There is a kind of women responsible for distorting the image of all women in the eyes of men. She claims purity and innocence while she is too far from that. She is working hard to find a good husband, but she doesn’t mind changing her bBy Karim al-Andalusi, Daily News Egypt
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Tragically, there has been another attack on our church this year. A time when we are supposed to be celebrating the birth of our Saviour, we are mourning the loss of loved ones. I would like to point out wise words from Anba Angelos from England. "The worst thing that a Muslim can do to us, is