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In an interview with Rose al-Yousuf, Muftī of the Republic Dr. <sup’c< sup’alī="" jumca="" gives="" his="" religious="" opinion="" on="" politics,="" terrorism="" and="" jihād.<="" div="">
By far the majority of Muslims today live their lives without recourse to violence, for the Koran is like a pick-and-mix selection. If you want peace, you can find peaceable verses. If you want war, you can find bellicose verses. You can find verses which permit only defensive jihad, or you can...
The author states that the democracy of the West, which is based on intellectual affiliation between people, does not match the Arab world, since it has not yet been modernized. He claims that the best version of democracy in the Arab world is that which depends on a "change" of power between...
President Bush’s enterprise to democratize the Middle East must be seriously addressed by policy makers in the Arab region. It is a priority in the American war on terrorism, since democratization is considered the only way to eliminate terrorism.
At a time when all the nations in the world are trying to overthrow tyrannical regimes and replace them with sound democratic ones, extremists are interpreting democracy as blunt atheism, and claiming that it replaces the rule of God with that of man.
Dr. Nawāl al-Sa‘Dawī calls for all state’s offices - President; Sheikh of the Azhar; the First lady and Editor-in-Chiefs - to be elective. She asserts that the alleged reform process is not genuine.
The Kifāya movement is organizing a Conference for National Dialogue on the 7th of July [Translator: The Conference was cancelled due to internal rifts and external pressures]. Kifāya invited 500 figures representing the Egyptian political spectrum to its “First Egyptian Democratic Conference” to...
In the light of the continuous activities of Kifāya aiming at change, it organizes a demonstration at the Church of the Virgin in the same line, it organizes its first democratic conference on the 7th of July with different pro change movements, like “Youth for Change”, “Lawyers for Change...
Some wonder whether the al-Muslim Brotherhood is about the run the gauntlet of reviewing their ideologies regarding their brand-new belief in democracy as an alternative for their deep-rooted principle of the shoura [consultation] and their dilemma of religious or civil state.
The amendment of the law on parties has done away with party politics in Egypt as the draft law has increased the number of signatories needed to establish a party to 1,000

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