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The article is about a crisis in relations between Egypt and the US over the decision of the American administration to cut $2 millions of the annual aid given to Egypt and granting them to Ibn Khaldoun Center run by Saad Eddin Ibrahim. The authors elaborate on explaining the dimensions of the...
Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim confesses that President Bush´s speech on democracy in the Middle East earlier this month came as a pleasant surprise but he has strong misgivings about his unilateral intervention in Iraq and failure to maintain consistent standards toward Palestinians and Israelis. See...
The author comments on the US interference in Egyptian domestic affairs. For example, the case of Saad Eddin Ibrahim, homosexuals, female genital mutilation, Coptic problems and human rights issues.
The author discusses the relations between the Muslim Brotherhood and the US throughout its history. He points out a recent study conducted by the political section of the group on the necessity of building bridges of communication between the group and the US. He comments on the meeting held...
Journalist and political analyst Hussein Abdel Raziq, assistant secretary general of the Tagammu Party, comments on the meeting between the Muslim Brotherhood and European diplomats. He believes that the Muslim Brotherhood is an international group and that is why it is obvious that it has dialogue...
The writer interviewed Dr. Essam Al-Erian, one of the middle-generation leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood. The conversation focused on the meeting of Muslim Brothers and European Diplomatic representatives that was held in the Swiss Club.
Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim is leaving Cairo today for the US for treatment in Colombia University Hospital. He expresses satisfaction at the end of the US war on Iraq.
The article is an interview with Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim concerning his lawsuit and prison experience.
Among the coalitions that has decided to accept foreign funds and participate in the supervision of the election in Egypt is the Egyptian Committee for Election Supervision. This committee was founded two weeks ago by Sacd al-Din Ibrāhīm´s Ibn Khaldoun center, and six other associations.
Those who claim popular leadership and are preparing to impact the results of the coming presidential elections are protagonists of imported democracy. They are not welcome by the Egyptian people who reject foreign intervention in their political affairs.

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