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National Partnership is an idea that exists throughout the world, and was one of the basic demands from the Egyptian people during the January 25 Revolution. The partnership is the moral responsibility of the citizens, and it confirms that the principles of human rights are indispensable in...
Dr. ʿAbd al-Wahhāb al-Masīrī was born in 1938 in Damanhūr governorate, Egypt. In 1975 he took up a position as Advisor of Cultural Affairs to the Permanent Delegation of the Arab League to the United Nations in New York, which he held until 1979. However, he was not able to resume his earlier...
The Egyptian Movement for Change, Kifāya, upgraded defiance in the face of the ruling regime, insisting on tracking down the persons suspected of assaulting protesters against the plebiscite on article 76 of the constitution dealing with presidential elections, including women, before the...
The Egyptian grassroots do not know anything about the Kifāya movement, the Communists or the Muslim Brotherhood, which all marred the quality of life, disturbed the peace and security, played with fire and tampered with people’s interests.
The outlawed Muslim Brotherhood denied it had called for civil disobedience to prevent President Husnī Mubārak from running in the elections next September.
Dr. Yahy? al-Qazzāz, a professor at Hilwān University and a former member of Kifāyah, the Egyptian Movement for Change, believes that the movement has succeeded in achieving many of its objectives. It penetrated to the marrow of Egyptians’ bones, encouraging them to reject all forms of...
The Egyptian Kifāyah [Enough] movement announced that George Ishāq, its general coordinator, will be stepping down and will be replaced by ‘Abd al-Wahāb al-Misīrī, a renowned philosopher in application of the core principles and values of the movement.
Article two in the Egyptian Constitution seems to be the most problematic issue about the proposed Constitutional amendments. While the majority of Egyptians call for a civil state on the basis of citizenship and equality, many stress the impossibility of omitting or changing article two of the...
The article reports on a meeting forthe Kifāyah [Enough] movement that revealed several financial scandals.
The Egyptian press reports on the recent divisions within the Kifāyahmovement, otherwise known as the Egyptian Movement for Change. Seven members from the movement submitted their resignation following the culture minister’s comments on the Ḥijāb.

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