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In this editorial, the author analyzes the political role al-Azhar has played in the years following the 2011 revolution and how it tried to resolve the political and social crises at the time.  The author then compares the work that al-Azhar did to that of the Muslim Brotherhood and its inability...
In an interview with the Turkish newspaper Ahval in the capital Ankara, Lorenzo Vidino, director of the George Washington University Cyber and Internal Security Program on Extremism, said the ruling Islamists of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey are linked to the Muslim Brotherhood.   ...
Tunisians vote on Sunday in the second presidential elections since the 2011 uprising to determine the successor of the late Mohamed Beji Caid Essebsi [Muhammad al-Bājī Qā’id as-Sibsī], who died in January of this year. While a diverse group of 26 candidates representing various factions of...
Engineer Abul ʿ Ela al-Maḍī, the head of Al-Wasat Party, revealed the secrets of a meeting he held with some evangelical pastors in the United States to provide a good picture of the relationship between Muslims and Christians, following the growing hostility in the West to Muslims after the...
After the overthrow of President ʿUmar al-Bashīr from power, following a statement issued by the Sudanese army, the status of the Islamic trend is becoming tense, and going through a wide unrest.
The Muslim Brotherhood Guidance Office and the Freedom and Justice Party headquarters in al-Muqattam lifted the Emergency Law to monitor closely the referendum in ten governorates.
  Salāh Abdul Ma’būd, the representative of the Nūr Party in the Constituent Assembly, that they insist on keeping Article 3. He stated, “We refuse to replace ‘Jews and Christians’ with ‘non-Muslims’”. He stated that amending it to read “non-Muslims” “opens the door to evil” (Wahīd Sha’bān, Gihān...
Dr. Rafīq Habīb, an advisor to the president and deputy leader of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood group, accused the secular elite of beleaguering the president and his party.
Nājī Mikā’īl, a member of the FJP, said that the party decided to have 30 church leaders on their party lists during the upcoming parliamentary elections.
A fresh crisis erupted between the awqāf (religious endowments) ministry after a decision by Minister Tal’at ‘Afīfī to sack nine undersecretaries and directors of awqāf in several governorates.

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