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On Monday (December 17), journalists and members of the Wafd Party marched from their headquarters to the Syndicate of Journalists to protest attacks on the Wafd Party headquarters on Saturday (December 15) night.
Amid dense security measures of police and armed forces, al-Gharbia Governorate witnessed a large turnout in several of it cities, whereas the number of voters in the village was not as large. It was reported that judges who were due to supervise the voting arrived late. Noteworthy is the large...
Political and social theorist Sir Isaiah Berlin famously compared nationalism to a ‘bent twig’, ‘forced down so severely that when released, it lashed back wit
Today’s press overview is tackling a “weird” so-called fatwá sanctioning the killing of opponents of President Muhammad Mursī, made by Shaykh Hāshim Islām, a member of the Azhar’s fatwá committee. In his religious opinion, Islām considered the opponents as “khawārij [Kharijites which means...
The women's committee of al-Wafd party has visited the Coptic Catholic Theological Seminaryin Maʿādi on Saturday, as part of the journey of the track of the Holy Family in Egypt under the slogan "Egypt of Love". The delegation was received by Father Bīshūy Rasmī, director of the Coptic Catholic...
Also, several feminist leaders slammed failure to have good representation of women in the Qandīl government although Qandīl and before him Mursī had pledged that women will be represented in a way satisfactory to all segments of the society. “Is it acceptable that a post-revolution government...
Additionally, Dr. Al-Sayyīd al-Badawī Shihātah, leader of al-Wafd Party, extended his congratulations to the Copts and Pope Tawadros, praising the spirit of love that unites all Egyptian Muslims and Christians into one fabric threaded together by their loyalty and keenness to preserve the safety of...
Dr. Al-Sayyīd al-Badawī Shihātah, leader of al-Wafd Party, extended his congratulations to the Copts and Pope Tawadros, praising the spirit of love that unites all Egyptian Muslims and Christians into one fabric threaded together by their loyalty and keenness to preserve the safety of their country...
Despite the controversies generated by the TV drama ‘al-Jamā’a’ (The Muslim Brotherhood), and despite that the episode on the Cairo Fire of January 1952 was only scratched on the surface, the question on who was behind the Cairo Fire, or Black Saturday, is still seeking an answer. 
Yāssir Al-Qūrah, vice president of Al-Wafd Party for political and parliamentary affairs said that there are attempts carried out by the parliamentary body of the party to form a coalition that includes some parties and independents within the Parliament; to prevent the control of a faction over...

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