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During his meeting with leaders of the Egyptian National Council for Human Rights, Congressman Frank Wolf raised yesterday the issues of Coptic persecution, Ghad Party leader Ayman Nour’s imprisonment and Sudanese refugees in Egypt.
A discussion of the number of Coptic candidates in the elections.
Father Marqus ‘Azīz has recently joined the Shurafā’ al-Ghad Party, a dissident of the Ghad Party, to play a prominent role on the Egyptian political scene. Father ‘Azīz expressed his deep shock at the policies of the National Democratic Party (NDP), which are, according to him, contrary to Mubārak...
Candidates from the Ghad Party are to run for parliamentary elections scheduled for next November, leader of the Party, Ayman Nour declared, and there is talk of cooperation with the Brotherhood.
Hishām Qāsim, the deputy leader of al-Ghad Party, was spotted sitting in a meeting in Washington with a group of Zionist murderers along with a limited number of figures from the Arab world invited by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy on the occasion of its twentieth anniversary.
After holding an interview with Hishām Qāsim, Deputy leader of al-Ghad (tomorrow) Party, Muhammad Bakrī of al-Usbouc concludes that Qāsim’s between-the-lines implications made it obvious that he was in favor of U.S. policies after September 11.
Even the top ‘ulamā’ have not managed to come to a consensus on the phenomenon of recorded sermons, which has become uncontrollable on the markets. Some consider it good and useful for Muslims in their day-to-day life, while others view it as a plot targeting young Muslims.
The case of Ayman Nour still inflames the political circles in Egypt and Abroad. The international newspapers are interested in this case and have published many articles that have attacked Egypt. Dr Sacd al-Dīn Ibrāhīm wrote an article attacking Egypt. Ayman Nour, the head of al-Ghad party,...
Ayman Nour, the Parliament Member who was accused of forging petitions to form Hizb al-Ghad [Tomorrow Party] was stripped of his parliamentary immunity. It is my position that the developments in his case are mostly media-created (both abroad and locally)
Muna Makram ‘Ubayid, the deputy leader of al-Ghad [Tomorrow] Party, has been a fountainhead of power for leader Ayman Nour, a former member of parliament who is currently imprisoned on charges of forging official documents for his newly-founded party. She has also, however, been his Achilles’ heel...


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