by Fadwa El Guindi




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  2. Is There An Islamic Alternative? The Case of Egypt's Contemporary Islamic Movement. Middle East Insight 1(4): 19-24 (1981).
  3. Religious Revival and Islamic Survival in Egypt. Reprinted in Middle East Insight 2(1): 31-36 (1981).
  4. Die Ruckkehr zum Schleier: Vom unaufhaltsamen Siegeszug eins konservativen Symbols. Nahost in Flammen, Der Monat 285: 165-178 (1982).
  5. The Killing of Sadat And After: A Current Assessment of Egypt's Islamic Movement. Middle East Insight 2(5):20-27 (1982).
  6. Veiled Activism: Egyptian Women in the Islamic Movement. Reprinted in Egypt Then and Now II(1): 21-25 (1984).
  7. The Mood in Egypt: Summer Heat or Revolution ? Middle East Insight 4 (4 & 5): 30-39 (1986).
  8. Images of Domination, Voices of Control. International Documentary: Journal of nonfiction film and video, Spring 1991.
  9. __________. Reprinted in MERA Forum XIV (1): 3, 1991.
  10. __________. Reprinted in CVA Review: Revue de la Commission d'anthropologie visuelle, Spring 1991.
  11. __________. Reprinted in The Arab American Magazine (The Publication of Arab American TV) I(5), 1991.
  12. __________. Reprinted as War 'Game' Casts Iraqis as Losers in Media and Values, Fall 1991.
  13. Waging War On Civilization: Report on the Archeology of Mesopotamia. War Crimes: A Report On United States War Crimes Against Iraq. Ramsey Clark, editor. Washington D.C.: Maisonneuve Press, 1992.
  14. OP-ED, Los Angeles Times, Feminism Comes of Age in Islam, 1992.
  15. OP-ED, The Atlanta Journal/The Atlanta Constitution (Sunday Edition). Distorted View Shrouds Image of Muslim Women, 1992.
  16. OP-ED, Los Angeles Times, Mubarak Should Call an Election and Step Aside, 1993.
  17. OP-EDNewsday, UN Should Act to Protect Muslim Women, April 13, 1998
  18. Commentary, Nobel Choice Sends Message to American Feminists,Pacific News Service, Oct 22, 2003