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Human rights activist spotted election propaganda for the candidates of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) at the Abū Ismā'īl school station in violation of the law.
In Luxor governorate, a large number of Copts and women participated in the parliamentary elections that took place on November 28, 2011. Citizens were eager to participate with their votes in the elections. [Reviewer's Note: News story was also mentioned in al-Shurūq al-Jadīd, page 5, November 29...
U.S. Washington Post columnist David Ignatius, based on the interviews he said he had with many Copts in different areas of Cairo, said that Christians in Egypt are very concerned and haunted by apprehensions about the future.
On Sunday the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party warned Egypt's ruling military council that postponing parliamentary elections would lead to another revolution. Delaying elections without putting the issue to a referendum would constitute a military coup, the party said. 
The Muslim Brotherhood has warned Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan that his country should not seek to dominate the Middle East, despite his widely praised call for democracy in the Arab world. Erdogan was given a more reserved reception by officials of the Muslim Brotherhood, whose old...
The Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party concluded a closed conference Tuesday by warning the ruling military council against issuing general constitutional principles. The party's executive committee, the secretaries of its branches and political candidates participated in the meeting....
Parties and political forces expressed the same currents of dissatisfaction and deep concern over the events in Egypt yesterday (September 10) of assault and damage to buildings and vital installations.
The Secretary General of the Muslim Brotherhood’s political party ‘Freedom and Justice’, Dr. Muhammad Sa'd al-Katatnī, has described the remarks of Eric Cantor, the majority leader in the U.S., as an “unacceptable intervention” after Cantor expressed his concerns over the possibility of a majority...
Ādmon Butrus, the deputy chief of the Coptic league in Lebanon, discredited reports that the Muslim Brotherhood and the salafists are controlling the streets in Egypt after the downfall of the former regime. "They won't get more than 5% of seats inside the People's Assembly in the forthcoming...
Muḥammad Khayrat al-Shāṭir, First Deputy Murshid (Guide) of the Muslim Brotherhood, asserted that he was not going to run in the upcoming presidential elections but he is willing to run in those of 2015.

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