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The article discusses the conflicting views of al-Qaradāwī and Dr. Kamāl Abu al-Majd concerning the Shi‘ah trend.
In the past the legitimacy of the ruler depended on his ability to maintain the unity of the state however modern Islamic groups call for loyalty to the Islamic nation and not the state.
Iran has reacted to al-Qaradāwī’s statement that the Shī‘ah are trying to spread their views throughout the Sunnī world by accusing him of being part of a U.S led plot to invade Iran.
Dr. ‘Abd al-Mun‘im Sa‘īd says that the legitimacy of both the government and the opposition was badly affected in the recent local council elections and warns about punishing the Internet users who called for the recent strike, claiming that it would be an economic setback for the country.
In his article, Dr. Sa‘īd highlights the present Egyptian lack of national concordance. He tries to explain the source of the major disagreement over the Constitution, stating various reasons.
Dr. ‘Abd al-Mun‘im Sa‘īd discusses the phase after constitutional reform in Egypt.
The author questions if the second article of the Constitution should be discussed at this time. He highlights the two arguments concerning its implementation and relevance in society today.
The article comments on the statement that members of parliament affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood made in response to the government’s statement on the referendum over the constitutional amendments.
‘Abd al-Mun‘im Sa‘īd writes about an al-Jazīrah interview between the Shī‘ah Āyat Allāh ‘Alī Aḥmad Hāshamī Rafsanjānī and Sunnī Yūsuf al-Qaraḍāwī.
The author suggests that the increasing number of suicide operations have not achieved their objectives and perhaps caused Islamic countries to fail to gain sympathizers, while at the same time, gaining the United States allies that used to be sworn enemies in the past.


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