Wael Kandil is the editor-in-chief of al-Araby al-Jadeed
Comment: Wael Kandil explains the tiny turnout in the first phase of Egypt's legislative elections, and analyses officials' hysterical reaction.
Sisi's pardon of one hundred political prisoners, including al-Jazeera journalists, is a gambit to appease the West and head-off criticism ahead of his visit to New York, argues Wael Kandil.
The hope and optimism of the Arab Spring lives on in Tunisia, when it has been cruelly extinguished elsewhere
Following the 2011 revolution Wael Kandil was invited to meet leading army officers - but it became clear that any partnership between revolutionary activists and the army was an illusion.
Egypt's attempts to play the mediator will only serve the Israelis.
Egyptian youths squabble over the spoils of the revolution.