Osama Diab is an Egyptian-British journalist and blogger who lives between his two favourite metropolises: Cairo and London. He writes about the religious, social, political and human right issues of Egypt and the Middle East.
Gamal Mubarak's get-rich-quick scheme
Egypt's economic paradox: Income equality v wealth inequality
مواجهة الفساد والعدالة الانتقالية
Egypt's return of the “noble” outlaws
De paradox van de Egyptische revolutie
كيف يمكن لنجاح الثورة المصرية أن يُفشِلها؟
Tahrir Square: For the sake of the forsaken
News of revolution (part III): Televising the life and death of an Egyptian president
News of revolution (part II): Voice of the Arabs or Nasserist mouthpiece?
News of revolution (part I): How the nascent print media gave birth to Egyptian nationalism
The Mubarak regime's legalised robbery
Egypt's Mursi and the risk of friendly fire
The paradox of military-backed civilian rule
Social media and the end of nationalism as we know it
Revolution: the ‘third way' in Egypt
Egyptian presidential election: Who should the revolution vote for?
Egyptian football violence: Between hooliganism and state thuggery
The Egyptian revolution as a historical event
Egypt's middle-class cyberheroes
Islamist-driven democracy is not a snowball in hell
The danger of an elected dictatorship in Egypt
Indiana Hawass and the pharaoh's curse
Rejected by the right, Western Muslims are only left with the left
David Miliband: revolution v extremism
Atheists: Egypt's forgotten minority
Hostility to the West may shape Egyptian politics
The fall of Egypt's symbol of progressive Islam
Egypt's counter-revolutionary bogeyman
The Muslim Brotherhood: empowered by its weakness
Political idealism triumphs over Egypt's cruel political reality
Why Mubarak shouldn't stay until September
America's missed opportunity in Egypt
Egypt's regime of self-preservation
Egypt hires PR firm to revamp its image
Egypt's heartless economic growth
‘Collaborator!' – a charge that has plagued Egypt
Religious freedom at stake in Egypt
Make Ramadan torture-free in Egypt
I say you want a revolution, Egypt
Egypt's uneasy political truce
Egypt's online struggle for democracy
Egyptian football's pious turn
Diagnosing the Middle East's ills
Should America fear a democratic Egypt?
Is Mubarak really a force of stability?
The Arab Republic of Investment
Egypt: Power has already been transferred
What's love got to do with it?
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