The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) was pleased to host El Bent: Chronicles of Egyptian Women, an evening dedicated to bringing to light the issue of sexual violence
Another media war has broken out, and once again, the casualties are women. While sparked by the disturbing evidence of violence directed against one woman in a video that went
In attempt to address the dangerous implications of Egypt’s sexual violence epidemic, TIMEP has dedicated a special issue with a series of articles and a week of events in Washington.
Cassandra, the legendary princess of Troy whose name meant “she who entangles men,” was a beautiful woman. So beautiful was she, in fact, that the Greek god Apollo wanted her
The Office of Public Prosecutor issued arrest warrants for 300 Muslim Brotherhood leaders while security forces arrested the Supreme Guide of Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Badie, and issued an arrest warrant
Protesters maintaining camps in Tahrir Square reported torture and abuse following a crackdown by security forces today. Witnesses’ testimonies to Human Rights Watch (HRW) and the media describe how “hundreds
Today, a deadly episode of violence between 1,300 Christians and Muslims in Cairo left 14 persons dead, 140 injured and five cars burnt. The confrontation between the two groups took
Mass protests continued across the country following President Hosni Mubarak’s speech late last night in which he continued to give no indication that he would leave office. In one notable