Limor Lavie investigates the tension in Egypt between freedom of expression and limits imposed by government censors, as seen in the debate over a controversial movie directed by Khaled Youssef and regulatory laws currently being considered by the Egyptian Parliament.
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Michael Barak reviews the positions of Egyptian social media users regarding the publicized arrest of an opposition leader, and the threat of arrest against students accused of having contact with him.
In a New Media Campaign, the Islamic State (IS) Targets Egypt's Presidential Elections and Democracy
Adam Hoffman analyzes the IS social media efforts against the backdrop of the Egyptian presidential campaign.
Michael Barak analyzes the reaction in the Arab world to reports of military cooperation between Israel and Egypt in the Sinai Peninsula, which some Egyptian social media users consider being in the interest of their country’s security.
Senior Researcher Paul Rivlin analyzes the current state of the Egyptian economy given the somewhat optimistic report issued by the IMF in January, and the long history of such optimism proving premature.
Adam Hoffman explores the Islamic State propaganda effort against the Egyptian government led by President 'Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi.
Ariel Koch uncovers the internal Jihadist discourse following the publication of a video by the Sinai Province of ISIS, which criticized Trump’s declaration regarding Jerusalem.
For all who were unable to attend our symposium, "Political Changes in Egypt: A History Reconsidered," it is now available for viewing in its' entirety. In English.
On Tuesday, 2 January 2018, the Moshe Dayan Center will host a symposium dealing with the history of political change in Egypt. The symposium is being held in Yaglom Hall, the Senate Building, from 1800-1945.
Adam Hoffman analyzes the response by jihadi groups to the al-Rawdah mosque attack, which killed 305 people to date.