More and more footballers, many from Africa, are openly displaying their religious beliefs on the fields of Europe's top leagues.
Football and neoliberal repression go together in Egypt.
How AFCON 2019 showed up Arab-African identity and cultural politics between North Africa and countries south of the Sahara.
A commentary on how Egyptian society treats the abandoned, disabled, or those suffering from ailments and thus deemed a risk.
Malcolm X is a powerful optic through which to understand America's post-war ascendance and expansion into the Middle East.
The Egyptian Marxist Samir Amin's contributions to historical social science—and revolutionary theory—span an almost mind-boggling breadth.
Reflections on World Cup fever from Cairo and my Canadian immigrant father's Egyptian football nationalism.
Sergio Ramos' injury to Mohamed Salah in the 2018 UEFA Champion's League final set him up for a world of insults from Egyptian football fans.
The Nile Hotel Incident chronicles a brutal murder and cover-up, framed against the backdrop of the outbreak of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.
There seems to be no limit to Europe’s and USA’s willingness to accept and even support
The rise and fall of television satire reflects the tragedy and disillusionment of the post-Morsi era.
Who, ultimately, can speak with authority on recent events in Egypt, and, more importantly, how?
Except for one-year, when Mohamed Morsi was President, modern Egypt has only been ruled by military regimes
What Egypt’s latest football tragedy says about social divisions in the country.
Egypt has a sexual harassment problem. Two young women decided to make a film about it.
The 16th Encounters South African International Documentary Festival opened on Wednesday with The Square, Jehane Noujaim’s
Documenting the change from hope to depression and then finding new means to cope with the fading fragrance of revolution in Egypt.
The third edition of the Egyptian Luxor African Film Festival again has a wide-ranging programme scheduled
An Egyptian theater company puts on Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables in colloquial Arabic. The choice was no error.
Egyptian director Mohamed Diab talks about his film on sexual harassment.