Voice of the Cape



The Libyan Diaries – Day One: A Journey Begins THE SUN sets in Giza as we drive out of Cairo, a Cairo that has changed after the 18-day uprising that unseated President Hosni Mubarak, ruler supreme for over 30 years. “There’s a nur (a light) here in Egypt now,” says[…]

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Shaikh ‘Abd ul-‘Aziz Bukhari

THE streets of Old Jerusalem are labyrinthine. Their cobbled lanes hark back to an age when donkey-carts had right of way. Today, Israeli soldiers in olive-green fatigues patrol the Old City’s tangled shadows. And as quaint and peaceful as they may seem, and as normal as life may appear on[…]

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