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Book Review: The Exiled Element by John L. Betcher

Egypt, spying, and a Senator killed in middle America. What else do you need? Read More »

Book Review: All Necessary Force by Brad Taylor

The making of a meat-eater. 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 »

DVD Review: Doctor Who – The Tomb of the Cybermen (Special Edition)

A 1967 Doctor Who serial gets the Special Edition treatment, remastered and loaded with fresh extras. Read More »

American Workers in Egypt Charged; Seek Refuge in US Embassy

American government workers with strong Washington ties seek refuge in American Embassy in Cairo. They face charges of failing to file reguired papers. Read More »

Egyptian Revolution, Reloaded

Back to square one, Tahrir Square, because sometimes one revolution isn't enough. Read More »

Crisis In Egypt

Democracy is more than just removing an incumbent Read More »

Book Review: The Secret of Sacred Scarab by Fiona Ingram

Fiona Ingram's book is a great adventure novel for kids. 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 »