Why Egypt’s revolution continues

It has been more than two years since Egyptians went to Tahrir Square – and almost a year since they elected their first post-Mubarak president. The revolution, yet, that they called for is unfulfilled, and many wonder about the utility … read more

Crime Rate Explodes in Post-Revolutionary Egypt

Homicide, armed robberies and other violent crimes have soared in post-revolutionary Egypt, al Arabiya reported over the weekend. Egyptian interior ministry officials say homicides have tripled since former President Hosni Mubarak’s ouster in January 2011, which it blames in part … read more

Hunger in Egypt

In 2008, before the revolution, the Egyptian Government set a portion of its Army to baking bread for hungry citizens, precisely to forestall revolution. Now, after revolution, it isn’t clear who will provide the bread for its hungry and angry … read more