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The first deputy of the supreme guide of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Dr. Muhammad Al-Sayyed Habib, denied that the Muslim Brotherhood is afraid of the formation of the Al-Wasat Al-Islami [The Islamic Middle] Party, most of whose members are dissenters from the Brotherhood. Habib said that he...
I was very much astonished when Dr. Ayman Sabri Farag or Abu Gaffar Al-Masry Al-Kandahari told me “During the time of violent incidents in Upper Egypt, I felt very distressed. In his opinion, these incidents ‘tarnish the image of Islam and turn people away from it.’ These incidents do away with...
Many Muslim thinkers and scholars have occupied themselves with the issue of democracy in Western civilization and its comparison with the Islamic system of shura [consultation], especially after the proposed U.S. reform project known as the Greater Middle East was introduced. This study examines...
The leaders of the Egyptian Al-Gama’a Al-Islamiya criticized Al-Qa’ida, led by Usama Ben Laden, as “having strange calculations and mixing things up because it declared war on the whole world when it does not have enough power.” The leaders of Al-Gama’a stressed in their new book that Al-Qa’ida “...
In the aftermath of the terrorist attack in the Azhar area, the Egyptian press focused on opinions of clerics and the editorial views of senior journalists.
The article is about the National Council for Human Rights. The author explains that Egyptians pin much hope on the new council. Egyptians are looking forward to regain a worth lost and a dignity curtailed before the official, political and security apparatuses in Egypt. The author argues...
This file is about the Muslim Brotherhood. It contains a number of articles on the Brotherhood that discuss the future awaiting them, the problems of transforming into a party, changes within the group and other issues.
There are four pillars that form the rules for the political system in Islam: freedom, justice, shoura [consultation] and equality. These pillars are necessary for the ruling to be Islamic and without them or at least one of them, that system should not be called Islamic.
Emigrant Copts alleged 19-year-old Christian girl, Nivīn Māhir was forced to convert to Islam. They went as far as inciting the Copts of Egypt to manifest in every possible peaceful way; hunger strikes, marching in protests in front of international organizations, the Republican Palace, the...
The U.S. Department of State human rights report on Egypt slammed human rights abuses and security officials’ transgressions against journalists and anti-Mubārak protestors.

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