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Sisi’s Moralism

Jannis Grimm: The Sisi government’s crackdown on perceived immorality is the latest attempt to instill in Egypt a state-sanctioned interpretation of Islam.

السيسي والنزعة الأخلاقية

يانيس غريم: الحملة التي تشنّها حكومة السيسي على مايوصَف بالسلوكيات غير الأخلاقية هي أحدث المحاولات لفرض تفسير للإسلام مطابق لتوجّهات الدولة في مصر.

 

Libya’s Southern Rivalries

Rebecca Murray: Rival factions in Libya have allied themselves with groups in the south, intensifying local conflicts and disrupting security in the border zone.

العداوات في جنوب ليبيا

ريبيكا موراي: تحالفت الفصائل المتناحرة في ليبيا مع مجموعات في الجنوب، مايزيد من حدّة النزاعات المحلية ويؤدّي إلى الإخلال بالأمن في المنطقة الحدودية.

 

Sinai Campaign a Boon to the Islamic State

Mostafa Hashem: Support for the Islamic State in Sinai and across Egypt has risen as youth grow convinced that the state’s violence can only be met with counter-violence.

حملة سيناء تمنح اندفاعة لتنظيم داعش

مصطفى هاشم: ازداد الدعم لتنظيم الدولة الإسلامية في سيناء ومختلف أنحاء مصر مع اقتناع الشباب بأن العنف من قبل الدولة لابد من أن يقابله عنف مضاد.

 

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