Monthly Archives: September 2008

Stability

I went to a place called Establ Antar (‘Antar’s Stable’) on Thursday, a place whose name makes it sound like something out of Aesop’s Fables. It is a slum area located between the Zahraa and Dar el Salam metro stations … Continue reading

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Falling into place

I attended a family Iftar this week, attended by a cousin who has just completed a masters. She told me that she was thinking about working in real estate for a couple of years to make enough money to start … Continue reading

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Bread & butter IV

Here I talk to Palestinian students of foreign universities stuck in Gaza cos of the Israeli siege. This is my article on the effects of tourism on marine wildlife in Nasr City-On-Sea. This is an article about EIPR winning a … Continue reading

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Tanta

The Mahalla trial continued today, for the fifth consecutive day. It’s being heard in Tanta, and I went there by Peugeot, one of the 7-seaters. I enjoy road trips generally, but there is something particularly mesmerising about travelling solo, and … Continue reading

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