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After an explosion took the lives of many at St. Peter and St. Paul Coptic Orthodox Church earlier this week, Monica Gerges reflects on why these events won't make her – as an Egyptian Christian who came back home after 20 years abroad – pack her bags and head back to Canada anytime soon.
[Op-Ed]: Following the heinous Palm Sunday attacks, Monica Gerges reflects on faith in a time of uncertainty and forced narratives of unity when reality is anything but.
On the five-year anniversary of the incidents that continue to shake him to his core, Egyptian activist Ahmed Fares recalls his near-death experiences during the Maspero Massacre and how that day has forever impacted him.
Monica Gerges explores the cultural conundrum of what it means to be Egyptian through a chat with folk phenomenon Dina El Wedidi.
Caught in an endless spiral aptly referred to as 'Can't Culture', Monica Gerges meets up with Haj Mohamed Galal, a carpenter who proves that anything CAN be accomplished if you have the right perspective.
'Cause I ain't no hollaback girl.
What happens when a sharp-tongued Egyptian with a Canadian passport tries to rent apartments in Cairo’s ‘foreigners only’ world?
When you ask a simple question at CairoScene, you wind up exploring Mohandeseen in search of Alexia Cosmetic Clinic with a photographer on your tail - or, maybe that's just because Monica Gerges is prone to misadventures.
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