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Protesters hold anti-Sisi signs. Photo: Alisdare Hickson/flickr
Ehab Lotayef | If 2011 saw a Facebook revolution that brought the downfall of one dictator, the 2018 internet elections can bring down another.
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Kathy Bullock | Canada used to be known as a country of peace-keeping committed to upholding international law. But now?
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Monia Mazigh | The same political and security stakes played out in Egypt as in the Ukraine, but with very different responses from Western governments.
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Roger Annis | Demonstrations and rallies took place in some 30 countries around the world on February 27, 2014.
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June Chua | Musician Frank Horvat's composition, "8/14/13 – Cairo," is an invocation of the bloody August 14 crackdown on supporters of deposed Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi.
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Justin Podur | Egypt was ruled by the Mubarak dictatorship for 30 years before the people managed to overthrow him in 2011. Mubarak was not overthrown by the Internet.
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rabble staff | Tarek Loubani and John Greyson share their first video statement after being released from detention in Egypt on Saturday.
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rabble staff | Supporters celebrated the news on Saturday that Tarek Loubani and John Greyson were freed on Saturday from the Cairo prison where they have been held without charge since August 16.
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rabble staff | The arrest stories of our Egyptian cellmates are remarkably similar to ours: Egyptians who were picked up on dark streets after the protest.
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Yves Engler | Prominent Toronto filmmaker/professor John Greyson and London, Ontario, physician/professor Tarek Loubani have been locked up in an Egyptian jail for nearly 40 days.
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rabble staff | Canadian filmmaker, John Greyson, and emergency room physician, Tarek Loubani, have informed friends and supporters through their Egyptian lawyers that they will be refusing food.
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Monia Mazigh | "I told you so!" These were the words of Ayman al-Zawahiri, first-in-command of al-Qaeda, to the Egyptian people after the July military coup by General al-Sisi that dashed "Arab Awakening" hopes.