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و تستمر الثورة
January 06, 2012 12:41 AM PST
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ما حصلش أي تغيير و حالنا أوحش من زمان. الثورة ما زالت مستمرة.

August 26, 2011 01:24 AM PDT
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فيصل يناقش أكذوبة الإستقرار في مصر و يعرض أفكاره عن الإستقرار الحقيقي التي تحتاجه مصر

و مع حق إختلاف الرأي... يبقى الظلم ظلم
August 24, 2011 06:23 PM PDT
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Faisal argues that respecting other's opinions does not mean staying quiet when one disagrees, particularly when the matter touches upon injustice.

مهزلة العنف و الإرهاب في ميدان التحرير
August 02, 2011 04:16 PM PDT
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تعليق فيصل على أحداث الأول من رمضان و فض إعتصام الثوار و أهالي الشهداء بالعنف من قبل الشرطة العسكرية و قوات الأمن المركزي التابعة للداخلية المصرية في "مصر الشعب"

التخوين و الثورة
July 28, 2011 02:44 PM PDT
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In this episode of 'Egypt: The People', Faisal discusses the recently issued statements (69 and 70) by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces which explicitly called the 6th of April movement's members traitors who receive foreign funding and how no proof has yet been offered to support this accusation. Faisal also goes on to speak about why the protesters continue to oppose the SCAF's policies and what he believes should be done to end the current situation.

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الراس الكبيرة - العقل المدبر
July 18, 2011 12:51 PM PDT
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Did the Egyptian revolution need a leader? Do Egyptians need a leader at this time to represent them? Faisal discusses the claim that the revolution needs and needed a leader - arguing against it and for diversity in opinions.

Protests, sit-ins and escalation - لماذا الاعتصام و لماذا التصعيد
July 12, 2011 11:38 AM PDT
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Faisal explains the need behind the recent decision by protesters to take to the streets in protest and carry out sit-ins in many Egyptian cities as a reaction to the lack of good faith and effective decisions to reform all the country's socio-economic and political institutions, purge it of corruption and effect policies that ensure social justice. For updates on new episodes, subscribe or like the Facebook page at:

Judge Bastawisy and his Bill of Rights
July 04, 2011 10:31 PM PDT
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Faisal discusses the proposal put forth by Cessation court judge Hesham Bastawisy concerning the bill of rights. In this episode, Faisal criticizes the restrictions placed on matters relating to the military in addition to criticizing other points made by judge Bastawisy, and possible presidential candidate for the Egyptian Presidency, concerning basic rights in a proposed supra-constitutional document.

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On the New law criminalizing strikes - قانون تجريم الاعتصامات
June 16, 2011 06:50 PM PDT
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Faisal criticizes the new law banning and criminalizing strikes and demonstrations and why the situation only stands to deteriorate if no long-lasting solution is found.

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Transparency - الشفافية
June 11, 2011 10:05 AM PDT
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A brief casting episode that deals with the concept of transparency in general, its importance and a simple remedy to the current situation in the country.

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The Economy and Security - عجلة الانتاج و الأمن
June 08, 2011 05:38 PM PDT
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In this episode, Faisal tackles the myths being propagated on how worker strikes and other demonstrations are the reason behind the lack of security in Egypt as well as the idea that workers are destroying and crippling the economy in order to gain what are seen as personal benefits.

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June 05, 2011 04:01 PM PDT
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On government accountability and the relationship between the people and government. Faisal discusses the purpose of accountability and its importance vis-a-vis government in a simplified manner.

Mahmoud Saad, the Egyptian military and accountability (Arabic)
June 01, 2011 06:04 PM PDT
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In Mahmoud Saad's episode of on the 30th of March, he spoke with veteran activist and journalist Hussam El-Hamalawy concerning the summons that Hussam had received to appear before the military prosecutor, along with news media host Reem Maged, to answer questions about statements he made regarding violations committed by the Egyptian Military Police which involved physical and verbal abuse and torture of civilian detainees.

Near the end of the telephone conversation, Hussam mentioned that the military, as a state institution, is accountable since it receives funds from the state's budget. Mahmoud Saad responded aggressively to this statement and ranted on, after the end of the conversation, about the independence of the military as an institution.

I strongly disagreed with this statement and so recorded this response. Be aware: my tone of voice for two thirds of the podcast reflect the amount of anger, astonishment and dismay I felt at Mr. Saad's statements.

Podcast is in Arabic.

May 27, 2011 05:22 PM PDT
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What Secularism means to a secular, leftist-leaning, Egyptian. (Podcast is in Arabic)