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Essam Al-Erian is not a prominent leader of the Brotherhood. He distributed his loyalty between the group’s old guards and its reformists led by the disciples of Omar Al-Telmesany [former supreme guide of the Brotherhood]. The two parties like Al-Erian but they do not trust him because they both...
Dr. Ibrahim has provided positive comments for both sides of this controversial issue. In an article entitled "Reclaiming Democracy ... the Participation of Muslim Brotherhood in Egyptian Political Life," published in El Hayat newspaper on Oct. 7, 2004; Dr. Ibrahim noted that the Muslim Brotherhood...
Al-Wasat Al-Islami [The Islamic Middle] has for the third time submitted its proposal. There has been speculation that the party might be granted a license this time, despite being an Islamic party, which still stimulates worry. Abu Al-Ela Madhi, the deputy of the founder of the Wasat Party said...
Mudslinging reached dizzy heights between Muslim Brotherhood and the Nasserists in the wake of the publishing of Dr. Yusuf Al-Qaradawi’s diary in which the Muslim attacked (late Egyptian President) Gamal Abd Al-Nasser with foul language and accused him of disbelief and fighting Islam and that...
If the Muslim Brotherhood, or any other Islamic parties, wants to participate in elections, they shall, first of all, accept the basic aspects of the free democratic society. Islamic groups should accept the separation between religion and state policies, and consequently amending the constitution...
It is obvious that the political Islamic tide—mainly the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood movement—is no longer content with the occasional show of power on street level, such as popular support for the Palestinian cause or against the American presence in Iraq. Instead, Islamists have clearly decided...
Coptic lawyers have entered as a party in the political game in the Egyptian Bar Association elections. Despite the failure of all Coptic candidates in the recent elections, the role played by Coptic lawyers was undeniable, forming another trump card in the face of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Despite being Syrian, Muhammad Rashīd Ridā’s intellectual and political activities have reached their zenith during his stay in Egypt in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Groups adopting declared political objectives standing on Ridā’s ideas like the Fascist Misr al-Fatāh [Young Egypt] and...
The Egyptian authorities barred two Muslim Brotherhood leaders from traveling overseas although their names were not blacklisted as banned from traveling by a judicial order. The students of the AUC protested yesterday in downtown Cairo urging the actions of political reforms, repeating the same...
The relation between the late president Jamāl ‘Abd al-Nāsir and the Muslim Brotherhood is debatable. Councilor al-Dimirdāsh al-‘Uqaylī, former member of the secret formation of the Muslim Brotherhood, confessed that Abd al-Nāssir’s contributions to the Brotherhood were more than mere revolutionary...

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