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Pidä hunnustasi kiinni Fatima Ja muita tarinoita nyky EgyptistäAihepiiri aiemmin tuntemattomalle suhteellisen raskaslukuinen kirja silti kiinnostava Esim lyhenteet avattiin vain kerran lyhyesti ik niit uudelleen k ytett Silvers Edge ess annettu mit n selvennyksi tyyliin ihmisoikeuksia puolustava EOHR tai kidutusta vastustava EAAT Pelkk lyhenne oli tiet m tt m lle kovin tyly ja mit nsanomaton vaikka asiat olivat kenties Negukselle itsest nselv n tuttuja Samoin henkil ist k ytettiinnsimaininnan j lkeen pelkk gyptil ist sukunime al Banna utb Sadat al Zawahiri vaikka jo titteli lis n olisi auttanut muistia suuresti Kirja sis lsi my s nemm n faktatietoa ja v hemm n tarinoita kuin sen nimen perusteella olisi voinut kuvitella What happened to a former Miss Egypt when she took to wearing the veil under her pilot s cap Who are the young people posting videos of policemen torturing crime suspects Where do "Coptic Christians Celebrate The Holy Family S "Christians celebrate the Holy Family s to Egypt Why is President Hosni Mubarak still ruling Egypt virtually uncontested after than 25 years in powerIn. What happened to a former Miss Egypt when she took to wearing the veil under her pilot 's cap Who are the young people posting videos of policemen torturing crime suspects Where do Coptic Christians celebrate the Holy Family 's journey to Egypt Why is President Hosni Mubarak still ruling Egypt virtually uncontested after than 25 years in powerIn Hold on to Your Veil Fatima author Sanna Negus answers these uestions and taking the reader on a journey into 21st century Egypt As a reporter Ms Negus witnessed Egypt 's. .


Nd news vents This is the other side of Egypt an intriguing modern nation a long way removed from the pyramids and temples visited by most visitors to the country Walk like an Egyptian A review on the book Hold on to Your Veil FatimaHold onto Your Veil Fatima And Other Snapshots of Life in Contemporary Egypt by Finland based author Sanna Negus is a far cry from the many meaningless tales of local lifestyles by foreign journalists in and arouna the Arabian Peninsulaby Halima KhanwwwlibasinlemationalcomThe insight Negus gives into the workings of Egypt sets the mood of an interesting narrative This is a break from the bitter political analysis and religious slandering that many correspondents subject Egypt toSanna Negus a reporter for Finland Radio came to the Middle East in the mid 99as for graduate studies in Cairo fundamentally for the reason that she wanted to acuire an unusual language and figured Arabi that she wanted to acuire an unusual language and figured Arabi heavy to read and I xpected stories from gyptian life than the book offered. Ubt that Egypt is a nation waiting for a new uncertain dawn Hold on to Your Veil Fatima relies heavily on primary sources on the words and xperiences of Come Hell or High Water: Feminism and the Legacy of Armed Conflict in Central America extraordinary Egyptian men and women as well as the author 's personalncounters as a Western woman Intimate stories are woven together with historical narratives and news vents This is the other side of Egypt an intriguing modern nation a long way removed from the is the other side of Egypt an intriguing modern nation a long way removed from the and temples visited by most visitors to the countryWatch "The Author's Promotional Video. "author's promotional video. rights record On the brighter side she also visits oriental and authors who defy censorship While Egyptians joke about the longevity of their president there is no doubt that Egypt is a nation waiting for a new uncertain dawnHold on to Your Veil Fatima relies heavily on primary sources on the words and xperiences of xtraordinary Egyptian men and women as well as the author s personal ncounters as a Western woman Intimate stories are woven together with historical narratives Political opening after the Ira war the subseuent uelling of the Cairo Spring and the growing influence of the Muslim Brotherhood In addition to politics the author discusses the thorny issue of relations between the sexes listens to Copts grievances about the worsening relations between Muslims and Christians and reveals an appalling human rights record On the brighter side she also visits oriental dancers and authors who defy censorship While Egyptians joke about the longevity of their president there is no do.