|ARAB WEST REPORT|
Egyptian actor and screenwriter, Tāmer `Abd al-Mon`īm refused to enter alterations on his new movie “Al-Moshachassātī 2” (the Impersonate), after the Egyptian Censorship suggested `Abd al-Mon`īm should use aliases for the ousted president Muhammad Mursi, Muslim Brotherhood leader Khayrat Al-Shāter, and the supreme guide Muhammad Badiī` impersonated in `Abd al-Mon`īm's new film.
In a phone interview on Egypt's Al-`Āsema TV Channel, the leader of the Salafi Al-Nūr Party, Yūnes Makhiūn said that the debate over a reconciliation between the Egyptians and the Muslim Brotherhood is premature, adding that the people absolutely reject the idea of reconciliation.
Muslim Brotherhood leaders have moved quickly from prisons to the Egyptian presidency and are now heading back to those same prisons. Egypt's judiciary dissolved the political wing of the MB, declaring it a terrorist group.
Turnout was so low in the first round of Egypt's parliamentary elections, that satirist Bāsem Yūsef derided it as an ingenious strategy to show the world Egypt had rid itself of its notorious overcrowding.
In a telephone interviewed conducted by Al-Yawm al-Sābi`, Dr. Salāh Sālem of Egypt's National Organization for Human Rights suggested the postponement of the parliamentary electoral polling in 2 constituencies of Al-`Arīsh province: Rafah and Shaikh Zūwaid.