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Demonstrators in Cairo, November 26, 2011. (Photo: Lilian Wagdy/Flickr)
Khaled Diab
29 Nov 11
Army presented itself as saviour of spring revolution, but is proving to be just the opposite.
A panoramic view of  the city of Jerusalem. (Photo: Berthold Werner/Wikicommons)
Khaled Diab
26 Sep 11
Egyptian living in Jerusalem offers an intriguing take on Israeli society and the Palestinians.
An Egyptian protester pokes fun at Hosni Mubarak during the February protests in central Cairo. (Photo: Ahmed al-Hilali/Flickr)
Khaled Diab
12 Aug 11
Both state and independent outlets come to terms with new realities in post-revolution Egypt.
Women have played a signifcant role in the Egyptian revolution but are now slowly being sidelined. (Photo: Daniella Peled)
Khaled Diab
12 Jul 11
Uprising stirred hopes of new equality between men and women, but little progress has been made.
By the time President Mubarak was forced from office, the Egyptian army had won a lot of public support. But its commanders will have to realise that the country is a changed place where emergency laws should no longer apply. (Photo: Ranveig Thattai)
Khaled Diab
8 Mar 11
Army’s interference in judicial process bodes ill for democracy.
If Egyptians are to create a democratic system that suits them, then they must dare to further unleash the creativity so abundantly demonstrated in this revolution. (Photo: Monasosh/Flickr)
Khaled Diab
22 Feb 11
The time is ripe to crystallise a creative vision for Egyptian democracy, one that can perhaps be used as a model by other Arab countries.