Khaled Fahmy: How the right to information can transform Egyptian politics (Arabic)

Khaled Fahmy, Professor and Chair of the History Department at the American University in Cairo, discusses robust civility and the role of the army for free speech in Egypt. To watch an interview with Fahmy in English, click here.

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  1. الحرية بمجملها, كلمة لم نتعود على سماعها في ثقافتنا العربية , فدائماً تلك الكلمة مرتبطة بـ “البجاحة, قلة الأدب, الإنحلال الأخلاقي, …. الخ” وأعتقد أننا نخطوا على الطريق السليم لفهم كلمة الحرية والحق في التعبير عن الرأي والمعارضة الموضوعية دون إسفاف أو تسفيه.

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