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Muhammad al-Mu‘tasim writes about the possibility of a Christian being elected as president.
The author deals with the recent troubles between the authorities and the judges amidst protests by judges concerning rigging of the parliamentary elections.
During a lengthy interview, Pope Shenouda discusses Coptic identity and history, the Palestinian question, the churches support of President Mubārak in the upcoming elections, the issue of national unity in Egypt and much more.
Muslim Brotherhood group has stirred up a storm of controversy in the Egyptian street over its future form of relationship with the incumbent political parties.
Discussing the future of the Muslim Brotherhood group is a very thorny issue. The tricks they played during the presidential elections on many political parties make it clear that they should never be trusted.
The low turn-out rate, of only 23 percent in the first multi-candidate presidential elections in Egypt reflect poorly on the popularity and legitimacy of the ruling party.
The head of the Protestant community council in Egypt denies pressurizing Evangelicals to vote for Mubārak.
Father Filopātīr has resigned from the Ghad Party, stating that Ayman Nour’s political platform would impinge on the security of the nation, since he promised the immediate release of all political detainees, including those detained for religion-related issues and he would allow the Muslim...
The Egyptians are divided into two camps: one that is always angry and another that is always silent. Equilibrium is needed to create more positive progress within Egypt.
Muhammad Habīb, the Muslim Brotherhood’s deputy murshid [guide], who had previously been reported as saying that Ayman Nour, the leader and presidential candidate of the Ghad Party, was “the closest figure to the Brotherhood”, claims that his words were twisted. He also referred to ‘secret...


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