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The author covers and comments on the conflict between moderate and extremist students at Helwan University in the light of a recent confrontation between extremist students and security men in campus. She believes that moderate students are strongly against the extremist ideas of the students who...
According to Sawt al-Umma sources, the Minister of Information, Anas al-Fiqī, stated in a closed meeting with some of his assistants that they are about to present a new TV preacher who is capable of attracting a wide ranging audience. In fact, Al-Fiqī’s words reveal the Egyptian political...
A professor at Cairo University expresses her sadness at the fact that hijab became widespread among female students. She believes that there are unannounced, but highly organized, institutions that brainwash those girls in order to make them wear the hijab or niqab [face cover].
The administration of the University of Alexandria told its students to notify the security bodies before starting any demonstration to express their objection to the events taking place in Palestine, so that security bodies may be able to secure them. However the Brotherhood, via cell phones,...
Given its firm views on women’s issues, the banned Muslim Brotherhood group has been using slogans of women’s emancipation for its own advantage.
President of Assiut University, Dr. Muhammad Ibrāhīm ‘Abd al-Qādir, has said he will not allow religious or political groups to practice political activities on campus.
Rose Al-Youssef continued its campaign against extremism in its special file this week. The articles of the file covered the prevalent culture in Egypt and the rest of the Arab world, the language extremists use in order to spread their misguided deceptive thoughts in society, the fact that some...
Articles by seven journalists showing different aspects of a plan to halt Egypt’s development. First there are the tapes of preachers designed to influence all sectors of society. The Islamic shari’a was then used to try and facilitate building on agricultural land, thus harming the economy. The...
The article gives a brief historical overview of how the different Islamic groups spread their authority over the political activities of universities in Egypt. The Gama’at Al-Islamiya started in the 1970s, declined in the 1980s and disappeared in the 1990s. The Brotherhood concentrated on poor...
The Muslim Brotherhood’s representative in the parliament submitted a suggestion saying that the office of dean of faculty should be chosen by elections rather than by appointment. This is an attempt on the part of the Brotherhood to control the leading positions in universities. Many university...

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