Ego-driven hard work

If you work for a company or a corporation, sometimes it’s hard to justify working hard and being committed using your conscience, it may not be in your principles to be loyal to the entity you work for, however, something deep inside fuels a will to work hard and be committed, you don’t know where... Continue Reading →


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 →

Project-based companies in Egypt

I currently work for a company in Cairo that creates content for big corporations. We make videos, websites, and info graphs and write articles and news stories for multinational companies that include Google Middle East. Employees sign no contracts here, so there is no health insurance and no provable experience, but you do learn a... Continue Reading →

Beware of a social drug called victimhood

After finishing House of Cards season 5, I have been thinking about power. Were the protesters of January 25 powerful? Yes, they brought about change. Was this power meaningful? No, it was chaotic. Meaning always vanquishes lack of meaning, which is why the Muslim Brotherhood took over that revolution with ease, they had a clear... Continue Reading →

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