Mirit Agaiby

In retrospect: A look at Christians’ position in Egypt

Sat, Dec. 16, 2017

Looking more closely at the past year and what has changed since the events of the churches’ attacks, the government has also supported their sacrifices adamantly.

Combatting corruption: State tightens measures against taint personnel

Wed, Dec. 6, 2017

In a bid to combat corruption, the judiciary has witnessed the arrest of two government personnel over differing charges.

Analysis: The Guardian falter in their analysis of Egypt’s strategy; omit factors

Sun, Nov. 26, 2017

Abu Zeid expressed his “disappointment” toward an article that was written for The Guardian, in which the author criticized Egypt’s policy of handling terrorism.

Analyzing the Arish attack; why was there one?

Fri, Nov. 24, 2017

Terrorists are now targeting Muslims just as much as those of any other faith.

‘A thousand congratulations:’ on Egypt’s World Cup participation

Mon, Oct. 9, 2017

The U.S., British, German, and Russian embassies hailed Egypt’s qualification to the World Cup with Egyptian humor.

Analysis: Egypt does not need 30,000 RPGs from North Korea

Tue, Oct. 3, 2017

The Washington Post’s article claiming that Egypt ordered an arms shipment from North Korea has argumentative loopholes.

How to maneuver around a war with North Korea

Sun, Oct. 1, 2017

"Save your energy Rex, we'll do what has to be done!" Trump said, Reuters reported.

Has John Casson figured out how to use Egyptian humor?

Mon, Sep. 25, 2017

The British Ambassador to Egypt, John Casson, has found favor with many Egyptians for his ability to converse in slang, colloquial Egyptian Arabic.