Published Writings

Anatomy of an Incarceration

Mada Masr

Anatomy of an Incarceration is a six-part series of naked narrative, depicting and exploring the political prison experience ElGendy had undergone in Egyptian prisons.

From welcome parties of torture, to the excruciating transport vehicle "the sweat box", the tragic yet warm visitations, life inside a cell, and the incessant fear of being forgotten and left behind, ElGendy lays the world behind bars bare for readers to vicariously live the six-year experience of incarceration in Egypt.

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English First Person Narratives

A collection of first person narratives ElGendy has written with Mada in English. 
A mix of in-prison and post-prison pieces.

Arabic First Person Narratives

A collection of first person narratives ElGendy has written with Mada in Arabic. 
A mix of in-prison and post-prison pieces.

 
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First Person Narratives

Newlines Magazine

English first person narratives on the prison experience.

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Analyses

The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy

Political Analyses for the human rights' scene in Egypt

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Opinion Articles

Raseef 22

A collection of Arabic narratives and opinion articles on the political and cultural scene in Egypt.

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Opinion Articles

Daraj Media

Arabic narratives and opinion articles.

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First Person Narratives

AlManassa

Arabic narratives on incarceration.