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  • 9/11 ten years later: The most politicized crime Prof. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    September 5, 2011

    Ten years is a relatively brief time in the history of a country. But more changes have taken place in Canada since September 11, 2001 than in any other time since the end of the Second World War. Our country was not even the primary target of the crime of 9/11, yet Canadians in general - and Canadian Muslims in particular -- are still living under the persistent shadow of 9/11.

  • Syria's RevolutionProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    September 19, 2011

    It has been six months since the people of Syria went to the streets. Like those in Egypt before them, they were and still are peacefully calling for dignity, freedom, democracy and social justice. They have been denied these rights by the ruling Assad's family for over 40 years, first by the father Hafez and then since July 2000 by the son Bashar following his father's death.

  • An SOS from YemenProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    September 29, 2011

    Last week I signed an international appeal regarding the dire situation in Yemen; a forgotten country where a brutal regime is killing its people for the last 8 months:

  • A sad day in the life of Egypt's revolution Prof. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    October 23, 2011

    A revolution releases latent forces within a people. Scholars differ over what is the essence of the French Revolution, disagree about how long it lasted, debate its results and even discuss when it began. But they all agree that what began in 1789 was bloody but very important.

  • The Arab Spring comes to the US and CanadaProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    November 6, 2011

    I fully understand the 99% movements in the US and Canada and even predict their success. I was/still am a participant in the Egyptian Revolution in its three phases: (1) a revolution-in-the making (2003-2011), (2) from-protesting-to-a-revolution at Tahrir Square (January 25 - April 4, 2011) and (3) building a New Egypt (at present).

  • Who sides with the 99% movements?Prof. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    November 13, 2011

    The 99% movements - called Occupy Wall Street/ Bay Street/ etc. - are making history as the participants reclaim their future and the future of next generations from the 1% who control - by hook or crook - the financial sector, media, and politics.

  • A made-in-Egypt democracyProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    December 5, 2011

    Last week, following the first round of Egypt's parliamentary elections, "congratulations" was the message I received from family and friends. This was following the 10 months since the January 25th Revolution. I was, and still am, optimistic that my home country is on the right track towards democracy, freedom and social justice. I participated in the revolution and in my book A New Egypt I expressed why I was optimistic.

  • Egypt's Revolution: one year laterProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    January 20, 2012

    Achievements of a revolution can be measured in two ways: (1) by a real time scale - in the case of Egypt's Revolution the achievements during its first year are all miracles - or (2) by a scale of unrealistic expectations where people end up disappointed. As a senior scientist, an academic and a participant in Egypt's Revolution for the last year, I favour the first measuring scale.

  • Sinai for New EgyptProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    December 19, 2011

    Egypt's Sinai peninsula has the potential to be a show case in human and resource development for the New Egypt; the post January 25 Revolution's Egypt.

  • Democratic Egypt: Why Israel putting a negative spinProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    January 9, 2012

    This is Egypt 2012, one year into the revolution. International media was here a year ago and are still coming. Free elections for a new parliament are almost complete and were almost ideal. But Western media has put a negative spin on the results, promoting fear of the Muslim Brotherhood getting a majority while ignoring very important facts.

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