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The recent revolution has led to many new parties being formed and established parties being reorganized, including several Islamist groups. The Muslim Brotherhood is the group expected to dominate future Egyptian politics. They are now trying to cast off their image of being radicals. Other...
The Muslim Brotherhood has announced in a statement that it plans to form a political party after the amendment of the constitution and the unrestricted formation of political parties is permitted.   It has also asked the armed forces to set a timetable for the constitutional amendments and for...
This article mentions the University of Asyut’s establishment of a centre for research and studies on human rights. The centre, which is directly under the charge of the university president, aims at promoting academic research in the field of human rights, propagating awareness of international,...
This article reviews a book concerning the Egyptian national identity in recent history, especially focusing on the impact of religion.
Al-Dustūr writes about the relationship between al-Barād‘ī and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Sūfīs in Alexandria were surprised by the blatant attacks by the Ministry of Awqāf (Religious Endowments) on their shrines and mosques. The attacks included the devastation of shrines and replacing the mosques marble pillars with concrete ones, in addition to stealing the contents of a number of...
This article by Watani gives a brief overview of the new book by Talaat Radwan entitled "Egyptian Culture and Religious Fundamentalism before and after July 1952."
On April 8 Tariq Ramadan delivered his first public address in the U.S. since the Bush administration revoked his visa in 2004. Ramadan in known for his ability to speak favorably to both leftists and Islamists. However some have derided Ramadan as much more radical than he initially appears. Other...
Khalīl highlights a valuable piece of research presented at the second conference of “Egyptians against Discrimination” , entitled the name ‘Education and Citizenship’.
At a gathering at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Arab writers denounce censorship and restriction of freedom of expression.

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