"Yet all they could see was the hollow emptiness of the tunnel, which looked as if it had never seen traffic in its life."
A (satiric) collage* What do you know about how people live in Cairo or Beirut or Riyadh? The Middle East has a bad reputation when it comes to books; nowhere else do so few people read them. Statistics show that most Arabs do not read more than six minutes per year and children do not … Continue reading Found in Translation
The rise in Egypt's comic-satirical literature has been getting press, both locally (The fading red lines in Egypt's political literature, Al Masry Al Youm) and abroad (Oppression, wealth gaps spurs satire in Egypt, Reuters).