How the mere existence of the Western civilization justifies Islamic Jihad

Islamists are at war with the Western world - read actual war as in a justification for waging jihad- because the principles of modern Europe and America threaten to undermine and change the world and culture that make Islamism reasonable. For example, women in Islam inherit half what men do because males in Muslim majority-countries... Continue Reading →

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On the sidelines of bashing the Islamofascist Egyptian government

In a private sector company somewhere, on a comfortable chair before a fast computer, sits a man in his late fifties with grey short hair bitching about how President Sisi is driving Egypt aground. This man has two jobs, he’s a senior editor at said private company and a journalist at a government-run newspaper where... Continue Reading →

Apathy in Egypt’s Political Landscape

The prices are rising beyond the reach of an increasing number of Egyptians, jobs are a few and those who provide them exploit the crippling unemployment by paying less for more working hours, takfiri thoughts are spreading unchecked and the state is doing nothing to combat them, policemen are disrespectful towards citizens and the youth... Continue Reading →

Army bad, Islamists cool

The Egyptian Army has a monopoly on our economy, and as a consumer I can say the economy is not doing well and services are relatively cheap but appalling. Yet, I find it impossible to understand leftists who repeat that rhetoric while deliberately ignoring or downplaying the threat of Islamists who make up a big... Continue Reading →

What do the Muslim Brothers belong to?

What do the Muslim Brothers and Sisters belong to? Certainly not to Egypt, at least not as it is. Although they have made great steps towards the Egypt they seek - Islamic wear, widespread Islamic bigotry, revival of the Islamic supremacy dream- it is still not a place they would call home, to this day... Continue Reading →

The Saudi Party In Egypt

There is a creeping sense of loyalty to Saudi Arabia in the words of some Egyptians fascinated by the Saudi experiment, or what they perceive is the Saudi experiment, or experience. They seem to confuse the divinity of the holy place known as Kaaba with the country built around it, some even proclaim the oil... Continue Reading →

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