If ISIS did this, then it is a very calculated and shrewd attack on their part.
While this gas may give Egypt the money it needs, in the long-term it may prove to be a curse.
One hopes the Egyptian people are not left in a state of complete destitution, fear and repression in the long-run.
It’s clear we’re at an important crossroads with regard to the future, or lack thereof, of these respective Palestinian communities.
Strongman authoritarian regimes are once again emerging in the post-Arab Spring.
The Al Jazeera journalists were mere pawns in this wrangle between states.
Egypt’s President Sisi is an autocrat who appears to perceive himself as a forward-thinking revolutionary leader of the Egyptian nation.
With terrorists operating on the Sinai Peninsula, will the United States military aid policy to Cairo be reevaluated?
The images of a united Tahrir Square that once spurred the revolution are no more. Instead, the country braces for more violence.
Judging from Twitter, Egypt is in complete chaos. Online, protesters in the square tweeted pictures of a Tahrir Square that resembled the first, triumphant images of the Arab Spring and shared updates as the news broke. Initiatives such as Tahrir Bodyguard and Operation Anti Sexual Harassment, which formed in response to the rampant sexual assault …