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xOctober 2006  Volume # 27  Issue 10  Subscribe | About et | Jobs/Freelance | Sections  | Back Issues  | News LetterSearch     First Draft   Sound Off   Newsreel   The Watch   Faces   Cover Story   Feature   ET Guide   Subscribe   Advertising   About et   Jobs/Freelance   Contact Us   et PollWhich of the following recent events do you think were most offensive to Muslims Pope Benedict XVIs speech at the University of Regensburg President George W. Bush declaring war on Islamic Fascism Danish newspaper Jyllands-Postens cartoons depicting prophet Muhammad (PBUH) None of the above    et Flash BackSeptember, 2006Closing RanksIndependents associated with the Muslim Brotherhood proved more effective than many expected in their first term as a major opposition force in ParliaBy Hanaa AhmedRead more    2004     2005     2006   First Draft Sound Off Newsreel The Watch The View Faces Cover Story Feature et Guide  July  August  September  October  November  December  January  February  March  April  May  June  July  August  September  October  November  December  January  February  March  April  May  June  July  August  September/xCover Story The People of RamadanFrom the man who makes your sweets to the one who wakes you up in time for sohour, meet the Faces of RamadanEVERYONE IN CAIRO #146;S Bab El #45;Shaariyya neighborhood knows Hagg Salim El #45;Qady #151; or at least his konafa, which he #146;s been making in his shop for the past 25 years. #147;I am the only person in the Republic of Egypt who makes handmade konafa all year long, #148; says 56 #45;year #45;old El #45;Qady, who has been working in the business for four decades, since inheriting it from his grandparents as a teenager. By Hanaa Ahmed-Read moreet Feature et The Watch   Novel Approach Speak Truth toPowerThe world bade farewell last month to a beloved author. Naguib Mahfouz left behind 35 novels, 15 short story collections and hundreds of unpublished #147;Dreams. #148; His real legacy was not his work, but his (re #45;)creation of the Arab novel itselfThe death of a writer means only one thing to his readers: a spring run dry. The death of a writer means an end to a font of imagination, emotions andBy Manal el #45;Jesri - Read moreNever known as a radical or activist intellectual, was Naguib Mahfouz living a life of civil servitude His precious literary contributions may just prove otherwise.INTELLECTUALS ARE NOT professionals denatured by their fawning service to an extremely flawed power #151; but, to repeat #151; are intellectuals witBy Noha El #45;Hennawy  -  Read moreTHOSE WERE THE DAYSThe discovery of a rare diary of a teenage girl living in Suez in the 1920s offers an untarnished glimpse into the lives of middle #45;class foreign families who leftBy Fayza HassanRead moreTinker, Tailor, Terrorist, ArabHow is the American film industry handling the image of Arabs and Muslims five years after 9/11By Mohamed KhanRead moreMaking a RacketWorld champion squash player Amr Chabana speak

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