Tag: Jamal Mahjoub
The journalist and “accidental theologist” discusses distinguishing human from legend in her latest book on the founder of Islam.
Residents of the Gaza Strip are restricted in their movements, in what they can bring into and send out of their land, even how far off their shores they can fish. Words, though, know no borders.
Egypt’s presidential election is a tremendous opportunity for the Egyptian people, but does not come without risks.
|How to save one of Egypt’s most prominent anti-regime voices.|
Egyptian novelist and activist Ahdaf Soueif on when she knew the revolution would succeed, the role Al Jazeera and social networking played, and the irresponsible reporting on Lara Logan’s attack.
Europe is struggling to come to terms with its Muslim minority. What are the consequences of the intolerance and the violence for the continent and for literature? Paul Berman and a lauded panel chime in.
Back in his native Sudan for the first time in years, the author observes the capital’s newfound oil wealth and argues that focusing narrowly on Darfur while ignoring the secessionist South could spell big trouble for all of Sudan.