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The political middleman, the Salafī, is worse than the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood. They are swallowing up Egypt now, they control the villages, and the hungry, and the popular neighborhoods by their manipulation of the difficult economic circumstances, and by using Saudi Arabian money.
Background: Out of 60 million Egyptian people (statistics from 1995), there is not one person who could fulfil the position of vice-president, according to then-president Ḥusnī Mubārak, which has been the case for around 14 years. In 1995, Mubārak was the victim of an assassination attempt in Addis...
The book “Tahrir: The last 18 days of Mubārak,” published in 2012, revealed what was secretly going on behind the scenes prior to President Husni Mubārak's famed resignation speech on Feb. 11, 2011. Most important among this information is the disassociation of the Egyptian military and...
Volkhard Windfuhr [read his biography here], Cairo correspondent for Der Spiegel (German weekly magazine), said in an interview with al-Akhbār that he had sensed a change in former President Husnī Mubārak since 2004. In 2002, Windfuhr started to sense anxiety and tension in the community close to...
Najīb Jabrā’īl Mīkhā’īl said that the first thing he would say if he were to meet President Muhammad Husnī Mubārak is that “the citizenship principle is only being carried out on paper.” 
A telephone conversation with Wiliyam Wīṣā (Dr.) regarding the Coptic conference held in Virginia, USA for the renewal of the Coptic work abroad.
The following provides the transcript of an interview with Dr. Hālah Mustafá in which she discusses current affairs in Egypt and the recent character attacks she has had to endure.
In the article, the authors respond to a statement that was previously issued by President Mubārak, in which he refused to omit imprisonment as a punishment in cases of publishing. Four years ago, he promised to remove the punishment.
The author considers the recent rumors that have been circulating about President Mubārak’s health. He questions where the rumors originated, and what may have motivated their circulation.
Andrew and Mario’s mother sent a thank-you letter to President Ḥusnī Mubārak for his generosity in allowing her children to pass to the second class in their preparatory school.
The relationship between the ruling party presided by President Mubārak and Pope Shenouda reached an impasse after Mubārak ignored a request submitted by Pope Shenouda to appoint three Copts in al-Shūrá Council.
Outrage and a desire for revenge against the regime prevailed within the church after the regime broke its promise to allocate a number of seats to the Copts in the Shūrá Council’s mid-term elections.
al-Dustūr newspaper interviews Michael Munīr, head of the US Copts Association.
A number of Muslim scholars are calling for an international law to criminalize insulting Islamic symbols.
Mahmūd ‘Āmir denounces the Shī‘ah and the Muslim brotherhood, claiming that they violate the Islamic Sharī‘ah and the fundamentals of Islām.
Mubārak’s constitutional amendments have revealed the separation between the executive power, the legislative and the judicial authorities, which are meant to be the bedrock of the modern Egyptian state, and the real interest groups.
A presidential ruling was recently issued to form the Secretaries Council of the National Translation Center. More details about the ruling are presented in the following article.
Kamāl Sa‘d devoted his full-page article entitled, ‘An Open Message to President Muhammad Husnī Mubārak,’ in al-Ahālī of February 7, 2007, to the proposed Constitutional amendments that are expected to come into effect soon.
The author rejects the minister of endowments’ consent to allow the publication of a book against Christians.
Despite the acquittal of Khayrat al-Shāṭir, the second deputy of the Muslim Brotherhood’s supreme guide, along with 39 prominent members of the group by a Cairo criminal court ruling, President Muhammad Ḥusnī Mubārak, acting in his capacity as the supreme commander of the armed forces, referred the...


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