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.
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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.
Adam Hoffman has written an article in the Jerusalem Post, where he analyzes the recent attacks on a Sinai Peninsula mosque which killed hundreds.
The Demise of Islamism in Egypt? - The Dissolution of al-Gamaʿa al-Islamiyya’s "Building and Development" Party
MDC Researcher Michael Barak examines the consequences of Egypt's decision to dissolve the "Building and Development" Party, the political wing of al-Gamaʿa al-Islamiyya.
ISIS may have a new competitor in the Sinai Peninsula.
Michael Barak surveys the positions of Egyptian users of SNS regarding the accomplishments of President ‘Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi after three years in office, and the general consensus surrounding al-Sisi's poor economic performance.
MDC Research Fellow Dr. Mira Tzoreff examines the changes in the Egyptian public discourse about the June 1967 War, on the occasion of its 50-year anniversary.
Michael Barak analyzes the campaign on Egyptian social media to improve their status.
Joyce van de Bildt - de Jong explains that today's yearning for the monarchy in Egypt, while detached from historical reality, is a reaction to present popular grievances, in particular the lack of stability, security, freedom, and economic opportunities in Egyptian society today.