Kandil is editor-in-chief of al-Araby al-Jadeed Arabic edition.
Comment: Egypt is being ruled by superstition as the regime invests in political sorcery and ignorance to create a military heaven or happy hell for its citizens, says Wael Kandil.
Comment: Sisi’s Egypt has aligned with Tel Aviv on policy towards the resistance in Gaza, says Wael Kandil.
Comment: Egypt can recover from the economic and political damage of the regime. But how will it recover from its moral collapse, asks Wael Kandil.
Comment: Mohamed Morsi was doomed almost from the minute he stepped into the presidential palace. Sisi was the man who ultimately prevailed, says Wael Kandil.
Comment: The Palestinian resistance, which used to be seen as a key issue worthy of Arab support, has now become the enemy.
Comment: Mahmoud Ramadan was executed to send a message, but there are many who still believe it is better to die like a lion than live like a dog, says Wael Kandil.
Comment: On the surface, Tamarod appeared to be a grassroots activist movement, but recent links show they were connected to the highest echelons of power, receiving money from abroad.
Comment: Shocking footage spread across social media of the torture and death of a dog in Egypt has been exploited by the country's rulers, says Wael Kandil.
Comment: The Egyptian government did little to save 21 Copts killed by an IS-affiliated group in Libya. Many will ask if incompetence such was on purpose, says Wael Kandil.
The regime in Egypt has now brazenly taken the country backward to a worse state to the one that ignited the spark that lit the 25 January Revolution.