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The conflict between Salafīs has escalated in intensity to the extent of making accusations of treason. 
An anonymous source from the Da’wah stated that the there is a feeling of anger among the youth of the Da’wah al- Salafiah and the Nūr Party against the Ministry of Endowments.
The Nūr Party has convened a meeting on February 6 to set its criteria for the presidential candidate that it will support and responded to the campaign of the Muslim Brotherhood against it. The meeting resulted in a set of criteria, including the need for a president who maintains national unity...
Sources stated that Dr. Yāssir Burhamī has resigned  from his position in  Nūr party to dedicate his time to preaching as well as to end his issue with the Ministry of Endowments which refuses to give him a license as he still practices political work
Al- Nūr party has held a meeting for its presidential council to discuss the nominees for the coming parliamentary elections.
For the second time in a row, electoral meetings for al-Nūr Party in the nation’s governorates have failed miserably, especially after the party found out the Coptic community’s refusal to partake in their electoral lists.
The head of the Nūr Party, Yūnis Makhyūn, has cast a ‘yes’ vote on the constitutional referendum. He stated afterwards that that this is to protect sharī’ah, for the sake of stability and to prevent the division of the homeland (Salāh Laban, et al., al-Tahrīr, Jan. 15, p. 11). Read original text in...
On Sunday, Chancellor Nāṣir al-Dahshān, Senior Solicitor-General of the Court of Appeal in Alexandria, Egypt, received a complaint filed against Aḥmad al-ʿArajāwī, a House of Representatives MP for al-Nūr Party, accusing him of rabble-rousing in the country. Attorney Tāriq Maḥmūd, who presented...
Flyers that were recently handed out by Salafīs in Cairo described values of democracy as a violation of the law of God and proclaimed that the civil state "equates between citizens in their rights and duties, even if God has created differences in them." Egypt’s Salafī movement is generally...
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