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Hālah Mustafá answers back to the accusations directed at her from al-Ahrām.
The author deals with the issue of democracy and how Egypt was a liberal state until the outbreak of the 1952 revolution that brought a military regime in power, which disbanded all political parties and established a one-party system with no clear political agenda in mind.
Many ideas have been presented to describe and analyze the incidents of Al-Kosheh. Some have characterized it wrongly as sectarian conflicts, and on the contrary, some have treated it as no problem at all, since priests are shaking hands with sheikhs. Some hurried to accuse the government, and...
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