Can Extremism Be Fought In the Classroom?
Moroccan journalist Hicham Houdaifa looks at radicalism, link to education
morocco  education  extremism  religion  islam 
16 hours ago
The cocoon | Synaps
Aya Fatima Chamseddine on youth and factionalism in Lebanon
lebanon  youth 
2 days ago
Saudi Arabia to restart Egypt oil shipments
Cairo-Riyadh relations tightening in anticipation of anti-Iran Trump alliance?
saudi  egypt  oil 
5 days ago
Des migrants coincés entre le Maroc et l'Algérie
Algeria and Morocco blocking migrants in border zone with no food or water.
algeria  morocco  migration 
5 days ago
WikiLeaks dump exposes an overweight CIA’s commercial links
"puts President Eisenhower's fears over the military-industrial complex to shame"
cia  wikileaks 
6 days ago
Gamal: The Pub’s Child
About the bartender at the Spitfire in Alexandria, one of my all-time favorte bars.
spitfire  alexandria  egypt 
7 days ago
Algeria’s New Imprint
Great portrait of the wonderful Editions Barzakh (but they aren't new, were established in 2000)
algeria  books  publishing 
7 days ago
Charting a Course Toward Cultural Decolonization | Quarterly Conversation
On the deeply influential Moroccan leftist cultural magazine Souffles
morocco  culture 
7 days ago
De la naissance d’un nouveau « djihadistan » au Sahel
Merger of jihadist groups in the Sahel under Iyad Ag Ghali
sahel  mali 
9 days ago
Egypt's parliament expels lawmaker critical of human rights record | Reuters
Outspoken Anwar Sadat out - Sisi doesn't want even token opposition.
21 days ago
Backing Into World War III | Foreign Policy
Robert Kagan - always the most interesting of the neocons.
5 weeks ago
‘Generation Revolution’: Why Youth Was Not Enough in Egypt - NYT
Thanassis Cambanis reviews Rachel Apsden's book on youth in Egypt.
egypt  youth 
6 weeks ago
Morocco Second (Official) - YouTube
Pretty funny if not very PC message to Trump from Morocco
morocco  funny 
6 weeks ago
Turning the tide
The politics of irregular migration in the Sahel and Libya
libya  sahel  migration 
6 weeks ago
Apocalypse, Not! - Carnegie Middle East Center
Algeria is not on the verge of collapse, says Dalia Ghanem-Yazbek
6 weeks ago
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