Sinai community development will include social housing, educational institutions, health unit, sports centre, and 18 agricultural complexes
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Escaping from the conventional ways of storytelling in the film industry is not an easy task for any filmmaker. However, Egyptian filmmaker Seif Abdallah decided to get out of the box and provide an outstanding philosophical vision of the daily life struggles from a new perspective. With his mobile phone, he tries to capture the …
Daily News Egypt interviewed Na’sa Ibrahim, a female Bedouin activist from South Sinai who will run individually for the seat in the Ras Sidr and Al-Tor electoral district.
The initiative aims to change how South Sinai is perceived in the media, to nourish tourism and help the development of Bedouin communities
Sleep under the starry heavens and get to know the desert dwellers
The Egyptian Organisation for Human Rights called for “quick and immediate intervention”
Our very professional Bedouin driver takes us across the desert in South Sinai. Whenever he sees a vehicle passing by smuggling subsidised fuel for the informal black market, he gets very angry. At the first police checkpoint we approach, he stops, opens his window and immediately directs an angry question to the police officer, “Why …
A new website attempts to save the dying crafts of Egypt.
A film through which young actors portray their simple yet forbidden dreams
Bryony Dunne comes back to Cairo with a film project that tells the story of the Gabaliya tribe
El Mastaba was established in 2000 with the aim of documenting traditional Egyptian folk music
Bedouins demand the release of a man under police protection
Boy in custody for possession of drugs.
One week before his lawyer’s visit to Egypt, Israel requests releasing Tarabin
With no concrete evidence, the killer of Sinai’s Bedouin man remains unknown
Possible new directions for Egyptian foreign policy under President Morsy, the spectre of Islamic fascism haunting opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood, possible conspiracies in Sinai, dubious claims of a miraculous wheat harvest and privitisation in the United Kingdom; columnists address a range of issues relevant to Egyptians in today’s column review. Morsy in Beijing …
Tribal leaders promised to support the Egyptian army and the Ministry of Interior in their joint crackdowns on terrorism in Sinai, with the goal of restoring and maintaining security in the peninsula
Policy change come amid rights groups pressure
The 32-year old man who abducted three in Sinai off a tour bus tells the Daily New Egypt that their fate is tied to his uncle’s