We strive for a society in which no force may be exercised to compel anyone to adhere to any code, save that of the state, the code being its law. What we believe in regarding civil liberties in that state law is this: your whole person, body, mind and soul, is your business, and you … More To our Egyptian intellectuals
There isn’t a good way to say this. I’ll be brief, this ought to reach someone. I’m Mandy, and my friend died unhappily today. So very unhappily, and that’s a huge problem. People have no idea what’s happening, but I do. There is a curse. It was a joke we made as kids, me, him … More Pact
Good Boy The thing about Imposter syndrome is that if you figure out it’s the reason behind your feeling of inadequacy, you’re implicitly telling yourself that, though you feel like an imposter, it’s just the Imposter syndrome making you feel that way, and you really aren’t that bad, as per the definition of the syndrome, … More Nibble 0001
As I heard the thumbing and dum-dumming of her little feet running towards the door, a smile jumped easily to my mouth and I answered her single “Who?” with an equally single “Me!”. She opened quickly and I jumped in for a hug as she recoiled back in feigned horror, pointing at my still full … More She grew up. Or did she?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Chants There’s something beautiful and poetic in chanting “Raise, raise, and raise your voice. He who chants, forever rejoice!”. Your voice will break time, the impossible, and you’ll live forever. Something beautiful, poetic and false, which is why it’s so especially suitable for chanting in this long awaited occasion. God He knew his situation was … More Nibble 0000
She was terrified they would see how terrified she was. They would feel the wetness in the back of her knee and hear the thumbing of her heart. She made a mental note, as she thought of this, as if a separate Lin had been sitting in the back of her mind watching her thoughts’ … More The Reading
General Abdel Fattah Sisi, is the champion of the Egyptian people. He is the saviour of Egypt from the darkness that is Islamist rule, and bringer of light to the working class’s darkened rooms after all the light was sent to Gaza during the Islamist presidency. Although Sisi’s light lasts for an hour or two … More Flyer For Our Dictator’s Visit To NewYork (Was never printed)