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Sam Hamad

Hamad is an independent Scottish-Egyptian activist and writer.

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US betrayal pushes Syria's Kurds into clutches of regime

17 October, 2019

Comment: The deal the Kurds were forced to cut with the Syrian regime is likely to only have one winner: Assad and his regime, writes Sam Hamad.

Once again, US turns Syria into theatre of betrayal

08 October, 2019

Comment: The US was all that stood between the Kurds and Turkish aggression, now that buffer has gone, writes Sam Hamad.

Something had to give in Egypt

25 September, 2019

Comment: Egyptians are waking up to the fact that Sisi never intended to fulfil his promises, writes Sam Hamad.

The propaganda trips helping Assad get away with murder

19 September, 2019

Comment: Spreading Assad and Putin's propaganda, these personalities are shamelessly pushing the narrative of a genocidal Syrian regime, writes Sam Hamad.

US strike on Syria's Idlib only complements Assad-Russia agenda

03 September, 2019

Comment: If the US was really interested in preserving civilian life in Idlib, it would act to weaken the Assad-Russia alliance, writes Sam Hamad.

Why Rabaa martyrs will forever haunt the Sisi regime

14 August, 2019

Comment: The world may have never cared about the martyrs of Rabaa massacre, but remembering their sacrifice will preserve the cause of Egyptian freedom, writes Sam Hamad.

What Trump's 'go home' comment really means

22 July, 2019

Comment: In Trump's America, being anything but white is a crime in itself, writes Sam Hamad.

Hamza Yusuf is not your friend

17 July, 2019

Comment: Hamza Yusuf has failed to defend America's Muslims and his presence on the Commission only endorses Trump's Islamophobic rhetoric, writes Sam Hamad.

PM Boris would be bad news for Britain's Muslims

01 July, 2019

Comment: Boris Johnson has a long, dark history of Islamophobia and racism, writes Sam Hamad.

Morsi wasn't perfect, but he was Egyptians' best hope

18 June, 2019

Comment: Morsi had his flaws, but in all the key ways he represented an emerging Egyptian democracy that challenged decades of ingrained tyranny, writes Sam Hamad.

How a violent and lawless Sinai benefits Sisi

29 May, 2019

Comment: A disturbing report detailing the abuses of the Egyptian military in the Sinai Peninsula illustrates the extent of Sisi's counter-revolution, writes Sam Hamad.

Idlib's destruction will find its way to Europe's shores

16 May, 2019

Comment: The international community maintains a deafening silence on Assad's brutality in Idlib, but will not be spared its consequences, writes Sam Hamad.

Sam Hamad
Sam Hamad

Hamad is an independent Scottish-Egyptian activist and writer.

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