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What’s Left

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(German version / deutsches editiertes Interview hier: Interview Elham Eidarous). On January 14th, 2014, the first day of the constitutional referendum, I met Elham Eidarous for an interview about the situation of the political left in Egypt. In November 2013, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Prophet!

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I went to the old Islamic Cairo yesterday, wanting to walk around a bit. Then, behind the Al-Azhar Mosque, I was lured by some far away singing, fell for it and thus followed it until I reached the El-Hussein Mosque. … Continue reading

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Hyperlocal Constitution Writing – “My Neighbourhood”

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“All politics is local” One phenomenon which I found striking during my last stay in Cairo was the emergence of different independent initiatives, projects or enterprises that aim at building structures from a very local level and at establishing actual … Continue reading

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