From Cairo to London: White aspirations packaged in global property

by Rabia Barkatulla  Earlier this month, a flashy marketing video from Telford Homes popped up and caught the attention of social media. Set to upbeat music, the video follows a young, white woman as she plunges into London’s trendy Dalston area. Spoilt by the choice of vintage clothing shops, hairdressers and hipster cafes, the woman and… Read More

#Egypt, the unravelling

by Yahia Lababidi “Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster.” -Nietzsche Lately, it seems that every time I sit down to write about Egypt, after our revolution, I am under slept and overwhelmed.  Certainly, following yesterday’s horrific massacre, this is no exception.  To date, and if the… Read More