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The Nūr Party has welcomed the announcement of Field Marshall Abd al- Fattāh al- Sīsī’s bid for presidency and his resignation from the post of Minister of Defense in preparation for the presidential race. Eng. Galāl al- Murrah, Secretary General of the Nūr Party, stated on his Facebook account, “...
Shaykh Yāssir al-Burhāmī, vice president of al- Da’wah al-Salafiyah, has issued a new fatwá, stating that watching sinful movies is permissible, as long as one denounces them in one’s heart. He said he would not allow people to be deemed as unbelievers for participating in television programs that...
The Alexandria Court for Urgent Affairs has decided to postpone the case of dissolving all religious parties till the session of the October 1, 2014.
The Coptic Orthodox Church have criticized the Coptic movements that have announced its attempt to nominate names on the Nūr party lists.
Eng. Salāh Abd al- Ma’būd member of the Nūr Party high board  stated that there is no place for the lists of the party for members of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Sources within the Nūr party revealed that the party and the Salafī Call group are making preparations  to support the nomination of General Abd al- Fattāh al- Sīsī for the presidency by transforming their campaign of “Yes for the Constitution” to The Campaign for Supporting al- Sīsī’s Nomination...
In a maiden speech after he was officially announced president, Mursī called on Egyptians to stand together hand in hand for a comprehensive Egyptian renaissance, adding Egyptians will together confront conspiracies targeting the nation’s national unity and social coherence. “I am bent with you by...
General Shafīq, who lost the presidential race to Mursī, sent a congratulatory cable addressing Mursī as Mr. President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, wishing him success in the “tough mission given to you by the great people of Egypt”. [Ahmad ‘Adlī, al-Shurūq al-Jadīd, June 25, p. 3] Read original...
Coptic business magnate Najīb Sawirus congratulated elected president Mursī over his win in a free election but criticized his campaign for announcing his victory in advance ahead of the official announcement by the High Presidential Election Commission (HPEC). “Dr. Mursī is now facing two tough...
Dr. Ahmad ‘Abd al-‘Ātī, the coordinator of Mursī’s election campaign, said the new president has resigned from the Muslim Brotherhood group and its political wing the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) to become president of all Egyptians. [Author Not Mentioned, al-Ahrām, June 25, p. 3] Read original...
Dr. Safwat al-Bayādī, the head of the Coptic Evangelical Church, said he wishes success for Dr. Mursī and pins high hopes on him to achieve Egyptians’ ambitions for equality, freedom and social justice. Bayādī called on all churches in Egypt to pray for the new president after he won the first free...
Acting patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church Bishop Pachomius said in a cable to Mursī that the results of the presidential election were expressive of the Egyptian people’s will about consolidating an aspired democracy. He said that he expects Mursī to maintain the civil nature of an Egyptian...
Father Rafīq Greish, the media spokesman for the Coptic Catholic Church, called on Mursī to pass the unified law on construction of houses of worship and the law on personal status affairs for non-Muslims and eliminate discrimination on the basis of sex or religion. Lawyer Najīb Jabrā’īl, Chairman...
Furthermore, nine parties from inside and outside parliament as well as four independents are in the assembly, where the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) took the majority of the constitution panel. The assembly includes 25 FJP members, 11 from al-Nūr Party, three from al-Wafd, two from the Egyptian...
Furthermore, nine parties from inside and outside parliament as well as four independents are in the assembly, where the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) took the majority of the constitution panel. The assembly includes 25 FJP members, 11 from al-Nūr Party, three from al-Wafd, two from the Egyptian...
Furthermore, nine parties from inside and outside parliament as well as four independents are in the assembly, where the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) took the majority of the constitution panel. The assembly includes 25 FJP members, 11 from al-Nūr Party, three from al-Wafd, two from the Egyptian...
Furthermore, nine parties from inside and outside parliament as well as four independents are in the assembly, where the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) took the majority of the constitution panel. The assembly includes 25 FJP members, 11 from al-Nūr Party, three from al-Wafd, two from the Egyptian...
Furthermore, nine parties from inside and outside parliament as well as four independents are in the assembly, where the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) took the majority of the constitution panel. The assembly includes 25 FJP members, 11 from al-Nūr Party, three from al-Wafd, two from the Egyptian...
On the other hand, ‘Abd al-Mun’im Maqsūd, a lawyer for the Muslim Brotherhood group, said that the choice of the People’s Assembly and the Shūrá Council to include 50 members inside parliament and 50 outside parliament in the constituent assembly is in line with the constitutional declaration....

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