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Egypt: Dual fascisms test women

For Egyptian women to experience freedom, the revolution has to continue, and for that to happen the revolutionaries have to oppose both Morsi and Sisi’s bloodthirsty military and fight for the vision of a new society that sustained them in Tahrir Square. Continue reading

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Woman as Reason: Egypt, women and permanent revolution

From the new July-August 2012 issue of News & Letters: Woman as Reason Egypt, women and permanent revolution by Terry Moon Mona Eltahawy, an American-Egyptian journalist, wrote an eloquent essay published in the May/June edition of Foreign Policy titled “Why Do … Continue reading

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