Tagged with Liberation Theology

The Egyptian Street is Still Alive…

The Egyptian Street is Still Alive…

Thousands are in jail for breaking the protest law. Revolutionary hope takes a backseat to stability and security. Yet, despite the crackdown on opposition politics, an unlikely source of protest is taking back the streets. ‘Even now, I am calling for the revolution to continue and the rejection of dictatorial paths,’ Fr William Sidhom told … Continue reading

Crucifixion and Liberation in Cairo

Crucifixion and Liberation in Cairo

Last summer the body of Hisham Rizk turned up in a Cairo morgue. The 19 year old graffiti activist had been missing for a week, and the official autopsy labeled him as having drowned in the Nile River. No further information was given on the English language Ahram Online. But withholding comment only fuels speculation … Continue reading