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The Coptic Orthodox Church held a forum to discuss the reasons behind the passivity of the Copts in political life.
This is an interview with the minister of water resources and irrigation, Dr. Mahmoud Abu Zayd, on his constitutional capacity as the supervisor of the Engineers’ Syndicate. Abu Zayd explained that the infringements that took place during the syndicate’s last general assembly made the assembly’s...
The article reports about the last general assembly of the Engineers’ Syndicate, saying it was a failure due to the splits among different powers in the syndicate. The author blames the Muslim Brotherhood for the failure.
‘Abd al-Mun‘im Abu al-Futouh spoke in this interview with al-‘ظگArabī about his controversial visit to Egyptian Nobel laureate Najīb Mahfouz within the group’s activities as being in contact with intellectuals in the society, as well as the group’s relations with Copts.
Watanī newspaper held a symposium at the Journalists’ Syndicate headquarters on effective coexistence between Muslims and Christians in Egypt.
The article expresses the Brotherhood’s views regarding the relations with Copts as mentioned in statements by the group’s no. 2 man, Muhammad Habīb, who argues that Copts should never rule Muslims, but that they can participate in the political processes.
Certain parties have managed to dominate the minds of some Europeans and bring them into a state of genuine panic about losing their national identity at the hands of what they called the Islamic cultural invasion. This has been one effective result of the boycott against Denmark following the...
A meeting was held to probe ways to modernize the Egyptian society through joint cooperation between young Muslim and Christian people, and to revive the spirit of camaraderie between them.
Several key Brotherhood members have exerted painstaking efforts trying to initiate dialogue, particularly in Coptic circles and industry and decision-making spheres in the West, but to no avail. Brotherhood murshid [guide] Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif denied statements about his contacts and dialogue with...
The journalists’ syndicate is to hold its monthly Ihsān ‘Abd al-Quddous salon next Sunday to discuss the participation of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Argument reached tense heights among Bar Association Council members who belong to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group as members attempted to persuade Muntasir al-Zayyāt not to retire from unionist activities.
Battles rage on between the Head of the Bar Association and the members who have double affiliation, as Muslim Brotherhood members and members of the syndicate’s general assembly.
Competition in the Bar Association elections is expected to be between Sameh Ashour, the present chief, and Raga’i Attia, his former competitor. The Muslim Brotherhood insists on overthrowing Ashour no matter how. Muhammad Touson, the person in charge of the lawyers’ department at the Guidance...
Dr. Mahmoud Abu Zeid, the Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation, emphasized the government’s intention to find a solution for the problems facing the Engineers Syndicate which has been under receivership [A court action that places property under the control of a receiver during litigation so...
The Muslim Brotherhood never forgets its aim, which is to take hold of power in Egypt. They are not frank enough to admit it. After a period of silence, they have again started a dialogue with opposition parties. The outcome of the past months did not smell of anything positive as the mutual...
The current generation of female Muslim Brotherhood members, or the al-Akhawāt [Sisters] Department, as named by the outlawed group, is different from the old guards.
A new crisis almost begun in the Egyptian Journalists’ Syndicate when a Brotherhood member accused Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour, Deputy Head of the Wafd opposition party, of being the mouthpiece of the government. This took place during a seminar on political reform in Egypt held in the Journalists’...
The Minister of Interior said that the “mistake of the Syndicate of Journalists” is that they allowed the supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood to rent a hall [at the syndicate headquarters]. The minister’s words show the mistake he himself fell into. These statements by the minister reveal that...
Announcing the establishment of the Islamic Caliphate last Wednesday did not cost more than the LE2500 to rent a hall at the Journalists’ Syndicate--including the podium, the seats, the microphone and the writers who covered the event [the author here is writing ironically because the supreme guide...
The head of Journalists’ Syndicate, Galal Aref, confirmed to Al-Arabi that the syndicate would not allow anyone to change it into a battlefield for partisan fights. He said that the syndicate is independent and is keen on defending national causes. He responded to the Minister of Interior, who said...

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