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Mahmoud Farouk
Lawyer graduate. Founder, former director . Egypt & Arab world. My own opinions. RTs not endorsement.
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Nael نايل 11h
First photos of the presidential palace in Egypt's new administrative capital.
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Amy Hawthorne May 17
Come work with me on 's research program!
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POMED May 17
POMED is now hiring for the position of Program Associate. Details and application instructions available here:
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Mahmoud Farouk May 17
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
After some digging to try to learn about the organization that will implement the project. I found that it's headed by General, Hany Ghoneim (A previous Army General) and when I found this information, I said loudly, now it make sense.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 17
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I was asking myself how the Egyptian regime will allow an artistic NGO to build 50 theaters all over Egypt, in the time the regime is control all TV's in Egypt and media production? It sounded very weird to me.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 17
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
When I read the name of the NGO that will implement the project It doesn't sound a very artistic . The organization called "The Egyptian Foundation for Strategic Studies & Research (EFSSR)"
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Mahmoud Farouk May 17
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
The project is titled "Egypt Theaters" Or in Arabic "Cima Masr" سيما مصر.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 17
This morning I saw an very interesting news article in . An in Egypt will build 55 new cinemas in .
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
I wish that the Sudanese protesters can learn the lesson from their northern neighbors () frailer. I hope they would have enough wisdom to negotiate and accept the "next best" until the time can come for the ultimate best.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
Decades ago said, “ is the art of possible, the attainable – the art of next best”. While, I personally think that majority of people usually refuse to take the “next best” & they only want the “best” and they end up with neither.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
The protesters are in position now to negotiate which is an opportunity if they lost it, they won’t be able to have similar opportunities in the near future.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
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The likelihood of democratic change in is very limited. is a country that doesn’t have any civil society, free press, strong healthy private sector or strong political parties that can lead to a democratic change. Negotiations & accepting the possible is the key.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
In his televised speech Mr. Burhan set 3 conditions to continue the negotiations: 1) Removing all barricades that the protesters build in the streets; 2) open the railroad; 3) stop the media attack and harassment to military and police officers.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
The Situation turned to be complicated again. Today (May 16) the head of the military council announced (-Fattah Burhan) that the negotiation with the alliance for freedom and change will be suspended for 72 hours.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
Several media reports accused The Rapid Support Forces ( ) of committing the attack.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
Contrary to the course of things in the same day of their announcement (Monday May 13) an attack happened on the protesters, six was killed (including an army officer) and 14 injured.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
Replying to @MahmoudFarouk06
Last Monday (May 13), both the speaker of the military council as well as the alliance for freedom & change announced that they come to an agreement about the “Transitional government” & they announced that the negotiation will end by Wednesday, May 16th.
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
The situation is getting bad after a glimpse of reaching an agreement between Sudanese military council and The Alliance for Freedom and Change.
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The Wall Street Journal May 16
A WSJ analysis of the Boeing MAX accident reports shows how pilots fought the planes' flight-control systems before the two crashes
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Mahmoud Farouk May 16
Replying to @yasminoviech
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