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The review discusses the 100th anniversary of the birth of Hasan al-Bannā, the founder and first guide of the Muslim Brotherhood organization, and counterarguments that al-Bannā was not angry about the 1940s assassination of Judge al- Khāzindār. It also describes the parliamentary battle between...
Father Marqus ‘Azīz Khalīl, the pastor of the Hanging Church, replies to an article by Coptic thinker Jamāl As‘ad, in which he accused Father Khalīl of igniting sectarian sedition in Egypt. The pastor reviews As‘ad’s recent book, ‘Annī A‘tarif’ [Reviewer: I confess] in which, according to Father...
The review deals with a court ruling against Mustafá Bakrī, the editor-in- chief of al-Usbū‘ newspaper, sentencing him to six months in prison for "slandering Hishām Tal‘at," when he accused him of falsely claiming to be a journalist and issuing his newspaper Misr al-Fatāh without prior...
The article focuses on the referral of Sawt al-Umma journalists to the criminal court over accusations that they slandered judges by publishing a so-called black list of judges involved in rigging the last parliamentary elections.
The authors write about all Egyptian parties’ rejection to deal with the American International Republican Institute (IRI) except one party, the Social Constitutional Party, whose leader, Mamdouh Qināwī, welcomed cooperation with the American institution.
Al-Dustour publishes an article sent by Michael Munīr commenting on an article criticizing him by the Coptic researcher Majdī Khalīl.
The author warns of troublemakers stirring up sectarian sedition at al-Minia University after a student is refused her master’s degree in pediatrics because she is Christian.
The leftist Tajammu‘ Party organized a demonstration that marched from the Party’s headquarters downtown to the People’s Assembly in objection to the governmental insistence of ruling NDP to pass amendments to laws pertaining to political activism.
Rif‘at al-Sa‘īd’s leftist al-Tajammu‘ Party has attacked the Muslim Brotherhood, boycotted the Kifāya movement, flopped the reconciliation between the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) and the nine opposition parties and entered into a dialogue of the deaf with the NDP that ended up in the...
President Mubarak said more than once that there will be no inheritance of ruling in Egypt. Gamal, his son, stressed that he does not aim at occupying executive positions. However, the opposition insists on discussing the issue of what it calls “ruling inheritance in Egypt.” It also wants to change...

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