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The article discusses the parliamentary battle over the Shubrā district. Al-Ghad Party leader Mūsá Mustafá Mūsá reportedly made a complaint to Pope Shenouda III about Bishop Yū’annis spreading rumors of the Coptic Orthodox Church endorsing al-Wafd Party candidate Rāmī Lakah against al-Ghad Party...
Dr. Muhammad Habīb, the deputy Murshid of the Muslim Brotherhood, has denied reports of a deal between the banned group and the government.
The suspended priest Filopātīr Jamīl, pastor of the Virgin Mary Church, is claiming that his suspension was a result of his membership of al-Ghad political party and his support for al-Ghad’s leader, Ayman Nour, in the presidential elections.
The U.S. plays an important role in the formation of Egyptian policy since the latter began receiving U.S. aid regardless of what the regime claims of its independence decision and sovereignty.
Khālid al-Dakhīl satirically examines the relationship between ‘yellow’ journalism and the sidewalk. Citing al-Ghad newspaper as an example, al-Dakhīl says that the newspaper has failed to establish a good reputation with the public.
The Prosecution Office of Appeal’s has finished its investigations into the case filed against al-Ghad newspaper in relation to the supplement published on October 4, 2006 entitled "From ‘Ā’ishah, the mother of believers, to ‘Uthmān Bin ‘Affān: the worst ten figures in Islamic history."...
The author attacks an article published by the independent newspaper al-Ghad, the mouthpiece of Ayman Nūr’s al-Ghad Party, in which the journalist criticized the sahābah.
The review deals with the various reactions on al-Ghad weekly supplement entitled “the worst ten figures in Islamic history. Muslim scholars and intellectuals’ opinions are displayed, together with al-Ghad members and leaders’ opinions.
A discussion about shortcomings in the administration of justice in Egypt that allow unscrupulous people to get away with crime.
‘Abd Allāh Kamāl spots the danger threatening Egypt and other Sunnī countries heading towards converting to Shī‘ah.
This review presents the opinions of some intellectuals about offensive articles written against the Prophet’s companions. Some consider this to be an unforgivable sin, others refer to the Shī‘ah-Sunnī differences as a reason for it.
A supplement published by the mouthpiece of the Ghad Party, al-Ghad newspaper, entitled "The worst 10 figure in Islamic history," has provoked strong public reaction and led Islamic lawyer, Mamdūh Ismā‘īl, to sue the newspaper. The list of names included some of the prophet’s companions and ‘...
The Egyptian prosecution releases a large number of detained pro-judges protestors of different political affiliations.
Nearly 480 people, including 314 members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood have been arrested on charges of organizing unauthorized demonstrations in support of the judges, who blew the whistle on election fraud.
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.
Letters containing the Muslim Brotherhood’s Irshād [Guidance] office’s instructions for voting in the presidential election have been secretly circulated.
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...
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...
Following Wednesday’s presidential elections, debate has emerged over the bargains and deals that took place among Egypt’s different political parties.
Thousands of protesters were in the street in Cairo, and thousands more riot police, but for a few moments the only sound was of cars rumbling by and the occasional crackle of a police radio. It was prayer time, and the slogans calling for freedom and democracy had ceased as many of the protesters...


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