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A heated debate took place between the chairman of the Egyptian Parliament and the Muslim Brotherhood MPs, who criticized the detention of three of the group’s members. They said that what happened [detention] was a conspiracy that aimed at making it too late for the Brotherhood to submit the...
The author compares the reaction of some MPs to the publication of three sexy novels by the Ministry of Culture and theirs reaction to Al-Kosheh rulings. He wonders why none of the MPs thought of raising questions, with the Minister of Justice or the Minister of the Interior, concerning the...
MP Mahmoud Abdel Megid tried hard to get the Prime Minister to investigate some books written by the former sheikh of the Azhar. The author believes this to be an attempt by the Islamic groups to dominate the sessions with their ideas.
Mohammed Al Mahi does not think that families of the victims of Al-Kosheh riots will take revenge following the sentence. Bishop Wissa says that he will not stay still and he won’t take part in any reconciliation.
Colonel Dr. Mohammed al-Ghannam, previous director of Legal Research at the Ministry of Interior asked how the situation could deteriorate so dangerously around the turn of the years 1999/2000 while the Ministry of Interior was claiming they were in control. Despite a declaration from People’s...
The spokesman of the Muslim Brotherhood expressed his uneasiness about calls for the return of the electoral list. He believes that this is against the constitution and aims to rule out certain political trends. He noted that the brotherhood’s attitude concerning the Shura Council’s elections is...
[Also Al-Arabi, December 24, 2000, P.7] Saad Eddin Ibrahim is not only accused of forgery and communication with foreign countries, the State Security Prosecution considers him an international swindler as well. He received large sums of money from foreign countries for giving information defaming...
The idea of establishing a party representing the Brotherhood has its supporters and opponents. Prof. Rifa’at El-Said, Dr. Abu El-Ela Madi and Dr. Hossam Badrawi totally reject the idea and believe this would be a threat to society. Prof. Milad Hanna is of opinion that this is not a challenge to...
Essam Al-Erian, one of the prominent leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, said that raising young men and the entire Egyptian nation on Islam and moralities is the way towards forming an Islamic community. He added that there is no difference between political parties concerning general principles....
Religious scholars came to be divided between supporters and opponents to the idea of the nomination of Muslim women in elections and regarding their rights in participating in the political life. The Mufti and sheikh Youssef Al-Badri believe that women’s nature does not allow them to have a role...

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