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      السياحة في مصر: مؤشرات غريبة

      تحليل: رانيا المالكي في حين أن آخر الإحصائيات الحكومية اللتي صدرت في وقت سابق من هذا العام تظهر أن قطاع السياحة في مصر يساهم حاليا ب ١١،٣٪ من الناتج المحلي الإجمالي ويأتي ب ١٤،٤٪ من عائدات العملة الأجنبية، شهد القطاع تراجع رهيب عموما. وأظهرت بيانات حكومية نشرت في أبريل ٢٠١٤ أن عائدات السياحة انخفضت ٤٣٪ الى  ١،٣ مليار دولار في الربع الأول من  ٢٠١٤ وحده. نظرة على البيانات على مدى السنوات العشر الماضية يسلط الضوء على انخفاض كبير شهد منذ عام ٢٠١٠ عندما زار أكثر من ١٤،٧ مليون سائح مصر. شهد القطاع السياحي هبوط حاد الي ٩،٨ مليون سائح بعد…

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      War On Gaza: The Bare Facts

      BY RANIA AL MALKY – : As the Israeli Defense Forces continue to pound residential areas, including a hospital in Gaza for the fifteenth day, Hamas has raked in the highest IDF death toll in the third major offensive on the Gaza Strip in six years – Operation Protective Edge. While in November 2012 during Operation Pillar Defense only six IDF soldiers were killed and before that in 2008-9 in the 22-day Operation Cast Lead only 13 Israelis we killed, this year during 15 days of fighting Hama has successfully targeted 26 soldiers with only 2 civilians killed in the…

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      ٣٠ يونيو: عام من الإنقلاب

      بقلم رانيا المالكي حين تجمع مئات الآلاف من المصريين في ميدان التحرير وحول قصر الإتحادية في ٣٠ يونيو ٢٠١٣ كان للعديد منهم مظالم حقيقية ضد ادارة الرئيس مرسي طالبت الحشود بحل مجلس الوزراء واجراء انتخابات رئاسية مبكرة. ولكن في ٣ يوليو، أدلى وزير الدفاع عبد الفتاح السيسي بمطالبه الخاصة جمد الدستور الجديد الذي استفتي فيه الشعب في شهر ديسمبر ٢٠١٢ خطف أول رئيس مصري منتخب نصب رئيس ومجلس وزراء غير شرعيين وبذلك بدأ مسلسل من الدموية والظلم لم ينتهي حتى اليوم و في ٨ يونيو ٢٠١٤ “فاز” السيسي في انتخابات رئاسية شكلية ليكتمل الإنقلاب و يتم بالفعل تنصيب المجلس الأعلى…

    Opinion

    Screen grab shows Defense Minister Abdel Fattah El Sisi who led the coup against ousted President Morsi on July 3.

    Op-ed: The Myth of Khaki Democracy

    Aug 6, 2013

    BY IAN BURUMA New York – Egypt and Thailand have little in common, except for one thing. In both countries, at different times, educated people who pride themselves on being democrats have ended up applauding military coups against elected governments. They had resisted oppressive military regimes for many years. But, in Thailand in 2006, as in Egypt last month, they were happy to see their political leaders ousted by force. This perversity is not without reason. The elected leaders in both countries, Thaksin Shinawatra in Thailand and Mohamed Morsi in Egypt, were good examples of illiberal democrats: they tended to…

    Near Ittihadiya Presidential Palace, crowds gathered to give Defense Minister Sissi a "mandate" to fight "potential terrorism". (Photo by Hassan Ibrahim)

    Op-ed: And the winner is…?

    Jul 28, 2013

    BY REHAM BARAKAT Cairo – At midnight last Friday, I could still hear the fireworks exploding outside my window, along with the sound of helicopter engines purring over the Presidential Palace exactly a minute’s walk from my window. It was the day hundreds of thousands of Egyptians across the nation decided to step outside into the streets in what was coined a “protest against potential terrorism” to use the words of Egypt’s Minister of Defense Abdel Fatah El Sissi. I refused to join the plodding march to provide the Armed Forces with a metaphorical “mandate” to resist “terrorism” in the…

    File photo: Tens of thousands have been protesting against the coup near Rabaa El Adaweya mosque since June 28.

    Editorial: Sisi’s Ultimatums

    Jul 26, 2013

    BY RANIA AL MALKY Cairo – Yesterday Egypt’s de facto leader Army Chief Abdel Fattah El-Sisi waged war against “possible terrorism” in the second 48-hour ultimatum he gives the Muslim Brotherhood in a month. So much for the charade of civilian leadership when Sisi side-steps the interim president, prime minister, his deputies and cabinet (all unelected) and calls Egyptians into the streets to give the military a “mandate” to confront weeks of violence, in an ill-begotten statement Wednesday seen by many as a prelude to a massacre of pro-Morsi supporters who have maintained a sit-in since June 28. A military…

    Culture

    José Antonio Iglesias before his recovery in Infierno O Paraiso (Heaven or Hell) (Photo courtesy Joaquin Sarmiento/FNPI)

    Love in the Time of Cartagena

    BY CHITRA KALYANI Colombia – Somewhere in the streets of Cartagena in Colombia, you will encounter a performer at a pavement appearing to float in mid-air. You look at him in astonishment, and it takes you many minutes to figure out his trick. The Carribean city is setting up another kind of magic at the film festival, where you are listening to the director who surprised himself by making it big with Amores Perros. “Sometimes bad films make me happy. I am not ashamed of that.” If Alejandro Iñárritu can say that, surely you can too. “Ciudad Delirio” makes me happy. The…

    Scene from “Triangles are My Favorite Shapes”  written and directed by Seif Abdel Salaam. (Photo courtesy Mostafa Abdel Aty)

    The opposite of hope pervades 2 B Continued fest

    BY DALIA BASIOUNY Cairo – In it’s fifth edition the plays and dance pieces presented at the 2 Be Continued Theatre and Contemporary Dance laboratory festival at Falaky Theatre last week appeared to be unrelated, but in fact they all shared a common thread of defeat, suffering, control, and futility. The evening starts with “A Room Filled with Smoke” choreographed by Mounir Said. This two-person dance piece is beautifully executed in a very well-designed set. Grey colors, scattered clothes, and unfinished wall paint create an ominous impression that is deepened by the eerie music performed live on stage. This murky…

    Eskenderella electrified the audience who chimed in and closed with "down with military rule". (Photo courtesy Hassan Amin)

    Negm: Powerfully present, even in his absence

    CAIRO BY DALIA BASIOUNY Devotees of Egyptian poet and songwriter Ahmed Fouad Negm held a memorial for him at the Cairo Opera House last week, which morphed into an emotional affirmation by the audience that the “revolution continues”. Negm’s poems and Sheikh Imam’s music have been the voice of rebellion in Egypt for decades and appropriately became a true expression of the Jan. 25 revolution. The songs they wrote more than 30 years ago, were so befitting for contemporary Egypt, reflecting the current revolutionary situation so much so that activists used them as chants in demonstrations. People called Negm “the…

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    Follow your heart at The Workshops

    BY LEYLA DOSS Cairo – “Pursue your Passion,” reads a banner in bright rainbow colours as it welcomes guests into a small garden filled with luscious trees and cushioned wooden chairs. The Workshop, a cultural center established last October in Cairo’s Maadi district, offers workshops and practical training to broaden your horizons. “As a writer, I have always loved arts and culture, but constantly felt that there is an absence of high quality skills in Egypt,” says Rasha Abo El-Soud, one of the founders. “Many are taught to pursue financial stability over their interests.” Abo El-Soud believes that The Workshops…

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