Source: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy
Author(s): Mohamad Adam
Weeks of tension between Egypt’s journalists and the state have left the Egyptian Syndicate of Journalists divided, while the Egyptian Interior Ministry came out unscathed. This marks another success in the state’s longstanding strategy of deflecting confrontation and creating internal rifts in its opponents. While the regime typically relies on the media to control the narrative and mold crisis in its favor, it is ironic that the entity involved this time around is the media itself…
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