Brookings Doha Center - Qatar University Joint Fellow, Foreign Policy, Brookings Doha Center
Lina Beydoun is a former Brookings Doha Center - Qatar University joint fellow. Her work and publications focus on human rights, migration, and citizenship in the Arab region and sub-Saharan Africa.
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST
National Press Club
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
#Egypt Video shows supporting military now is a death sentence for Jan. 25th
http://t.co/Ad4ilegmww via @YouTube
Is #democracy mass protests or ballot boxes? #Egyptians are world's best at keeping us on our toes http://t.co/8b6NkyyuZ9
Popular #Egyptian boy becomes favorite for presidency on social media http://t.co/T4eKut8stR via @AlArabiya_Eng
#Egypt Very unlikely that Egyptians will accept an army proposal for #Morsi to continue his term & a national salvation government be formed
#Egypt The call of millions for civilian, non-divisive rule should not be coopted by the military or external forces http://t.co/Xooooj005z
RT @BrookingsDoha: .@LinaBeydoun: Church construction in #Egypt has been limited since #Sadat. #Shia/Baha'i not allowed places of worship. #BDCMinorityRights
RT @BrookingsDoha: .@LinaBeydoun Problem: states deny minorities their rights based on the dichotomy created by majority/minority rhetoric. #BDCMinorityRights
RT @BrookingsDoha: .@LinaBeydoun: Need to shift to a system of governance which is more inclusive/civil/built from the bottom-up. #BDCMinorityRights
RT @BrookingsDoha: .@LinaBeydoun: #Egypt's constitution emphasizes a cultural relativism over human rights and gender equality. #BDCMinorityRights
RT @BrookingsDoha: .@LinaBeydoun: National identification cards in #Egypt only recognizes the three Ibrahimic religions. This is limiting. #BDCMinorityRights
RT @BrookingsDoha: .@LinaBeydoun: The social/religious variable is a third contributing factor to the rise of sectarian violence in #Egypt. #BDCMinorityRights
RT @BrookingsDoha: .@LinaBeydoun: #Egypt's security vacuum and economic conditions also contribute to sectarian violence. #BDCMinorityRights
RT @BrookingsDoha: .@LinaBeydoun: Sectarian violence is in part political b/c blocs become politicized and minorities are disadvantaged. #BDCMinorityRights
RT @BrookingsDoha: @LinaBeydoun: مشكلة حقوق الأقليات في مصر أصبحت تتفاقم بشكل متزايد. #BDCMinorityRights
RT @BrookingsDoha: @LinaBeydoun: حقوق الأقليات في #مصر كانت أكثر أثناء حكم الملك فاروق. #BDCMinorityRights
RT @BrookingsDoha: .@LinaBeydoun: Egyptian #Shiites are not a threat to #Egypt; they are as nationalistic as any other. @AlArabiya_Eng http://t.co/78lc05pyxQ
RT @BrookingsDoha: .@LinaBeydoun: Supporting the #Tamarod campaign put #Shiites in the anti-#Morsi camp, which is costly. @AlArabiya_Eng http://t.co/78lc05pyxQ
Muhammad Shaheen, a Muslim, died while protecting the #Cairo #Cathedral. Today revolutionary forces chanted "Cross & Crescent"
Though Egypt lived under Fatimid rule, its Shiah minority is grossly misrepresented. "No they don't worship Ali" is what I keep repeating...
At a conference on minorities in Egypt under MB rule, panelists addressed discrimination toward Coptic Christians, Shiahs, Bahaiis & Nubians
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