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The author explained that he did not mean to criticize the article of Fahmi Howeidi about establishing an Islamic party [see RNSAW, week 52, article 4] in his article "Playing with fire, sheikh!." It was rather a rational discussion of all the points mentioned in Howeidi’s article. He also pointed...
The imminent Bar Syndicate elections caused conflicts among the Brotherhood members. The Guidance Office chose Mohammed Toson to fill the place of Mokhtar Nuh, the ex-treasurer of the Bar Syndicate, now sentenced to three years imprisonment. By doing so, it ignored Ahmed Rabie, the committee’s...
The issue of the possibility of establishing a political party by the Muslim Brotherhood is still on the surface. The Muslim Brotherhood is something like a self-centered powerful lobby or a subtly-integrated community within the society. They have their customs, traditions and rituals. As far as...
President Sadat described 1972 as a "foggy year." Students and intellectuals started adopting this name and promoted it. Everybody waited for the war to start to revenge 1967 but it then seemed that Sadat was hesitant and would never make the decision which made students at universities attack...
Egyptian authorities stopped Al-Jazirah Channel broadcasting a film about the future of the Brotherhood. The editor and host of the show stated that people in charge at Video Cairo surprised them six hours before air time that new instructions were given to them not to air the show. Essam Al-Erian...
The dramatic scene through which the writer gives the pros and the cons to the idea of establishing an Islamic party for the Muslim Brotherhood continued in this article [see RNSAW week 49, article 6]. There are two friends. One of them welcomes having an Islamic party that would work to enforce...
Through an imaginary dialogue between the author and two of his friends, he gives the pros and cons to the idea of establishing an Islamic party for the Muslim Brotherhood. While one of the friends is of opinion that announcing such a party will push the country two hundred years back in time, the...
The author criticizes the Sheikh of the Azhar because he spoke highly of the book "Islam and the gardens of the devil" by the editor-in-chief of Rose El-Youssef. He believes that the book contains Western and non-religious ideas. It speaks of Heavenly Religions, as if God has many religions and...
Religious extremists started campaigning against Rose Al-Youssef because it published a series of taped interviews with them which unleashed their thoughts, methods and goals. Yasser Al-Serri felt cornered after the magazine revealed the unimportance of his role, and how flat his ideas are. Sheikh...
Fourteen leaders of Islamic organizations and of specialized professors in religious affairs in Sudan issued a fatwa that accuses members of the [National] Democratic Front of blasphemy because of an article one of the members of the Front wrote which is said to defame Islam and the Prophet.

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