Mohammed Nosseir

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Mohammed Nosseir is an Egyptian liberal politician, living in Cairo and advocating for political participation, liberal values and economic freedom. He tweets @MohammedNosseir

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Hamas’ escalation is a consequence of valuing normalization over peace

Peace is a complex mission to achieve! Placing a cherry on top of a fragile foundation might make the plate look more appetizing, but...

Muslims’ struggle between spirituality and rationality

“Do you know better than God?" was a provocative statement by a friend of mine when I voiced unease about the distribution of my...

Westerners’ thoughts and values don’t suit the rest!

Trends in Western nations are frequently the source of global discourse. A topic suddenly appears and occupies the world’s minds for a few months. Then...

The bubble that drives Egyptians’ Minds

It is a bubble that manipulates the entire Egyptian society. A bubble that works to empower and privilege mediocre citizens at the expense of...

How Egyptians struggle with dignity and identity

“Was Saddam Hussein a criminal or a hero?” A question that was recently asked by a friend on Facebook. While I was shocked at...

Egypt, an ingenious nation begs for cash

Imagine a modest pretty girl who is about to get married to a rich man. When the bride’s friends learn about the marriage, they...

How Egyptians Came to Mourn Mubarak’s Tyranny

Ruling a large nation like Egypt for nearly 30 years requires more than the traditional authoritarian’s iron-grip. Unlike democratic leaders, successful authoritarian rulers need...

Egypt vis-à-vis the UAE: Who is Driving Whom?

“Being a big fish in a small pond is better than being a little fish in a large pond” is a maxim that aptly...

How Arab Autocrats Can Counter Biden’s Democracy Agenda

Whether it is politically motivated or genuinely driven, President Joe Biden’s attempt to promote the spread of democracy in the Middle East should not...

How Deep is Egypt’s Inhumanity

Words often help us to understand world dynamics better! Nevertheless, I find that words are inadequate when it comes to conveying the vigorof Egypt’s...

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