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Book Review: ‘The Eternal Nazi: From Mauthausen to Cairo’ by Nicholas Kulish

Book Review The Eternal Nazi by Nicholas Kulish

Aa fascinating book, written in clear style with short, easy to comprehend chapters. it provides insight on how war criminals were able to avoid persecution. Read More »

Were They Lying?

Did Obama and his minions lie, or were they just naive? Either way, the people lose. Read More »

Book Review: Sipping from the Nile: My Exodus from Egypt by Jean Naggar

Jean Naggar writes her childhood spent in Cairo and England as we all remember our childhood – a magical time in an enchanted world. Read More »

Book Review: Khan al-Khalili by Naguib Mahfouz

A touching glimpse of World War 2 Cairo, through the eyes of the eldest son in a middle-class Egyptian family. Read More »

Book Review: The Mistress of Nothing: A Novel by Kate Pullinger

The Mistress of Nothing is a pleasant leisurely cruise up the Nile, but it leaves some unanswered questions. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Rise: The Story of the Egyptian Revolution As Written Shortly Before It Began by Tarek Shahin

Satire that works, this graphic collection is intelligent and empowering. Read More »

Khan El Khalili in May: Cairo’s Great Souk is Open for Business

Tourism in Egypt is down sharply, and vendors are hurting, but the country is safe. Read More »

Half of Egypt

Egyptian women are taking to the streets today to fight for their rights. Read More »

The Riddle of Egypt

Egyptian opposition rejects claims of progress Read More »

Egyptian Art Under Siege

The tradition of looting art is being continued with this latest attack on Egypt's culture coming from within. Read More »