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During the annual national unity Iftār (fast-breaking meal) organized by Pope Shenouda III, some members of the Coptic Orthodox Church referred to Jamāl Mubārak as "first young man”, seemingly endorsing his position as potential successor to his father, Husnī Mubārak.
‘Ādil Jindī argues that it has become apparent that the National Democratic Party is neither national nor democratic. He states that democracy depends on a political system resting on values of freedom and equality, representing all groups in society.
The NDP’s list of candidates for the 2005 People’s Assembly elections contains only two Coptic names. The writer examines whether the lack of Coptic representation is caused by passivity within the Coptic community, or whether there are other obstacles.
The exclusion of the Coptic political figures from the NDP’s slate for the parliamentary elections has created turmoil amongst the Copts.
A united opposition to the NDP could gain at least 150 seats in parliament, which would enable it to compete with the ruling party on a joint reformist platform.
In his interview with al-Maydān, Mahdi ‘Ākif, Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, answers questions about the authenticity of the deals with the NDP and foreign organizations.
American reports stressed that leading figures of the Egyptian National Democratic Party, including Gamal Mubarak, head of the party's Policies Secretariat, succumbed to the pressures of Washington and Tel Aviv to publish an apology in Al-Liwaa' Al-Islami [AWR, 2004, week 35, art. 35] for the...
Dr. Muhammad Habib, the first deputy of the Brotherhood Supreme Guide, accused the National Democratic Party of being behind the exclusion of the Brotherhood from the opposition bloc. Habib refused to speak critically of Dr. Rifa'at Al-Sa'id, the head of the Tagammu Party in order not to terminate...
What is the benefit of neglecting dozens of vital issues which draw the attention of our society and affect its interests, and instead, opening useless debates on issues that are the concern of others. I am saying so to comment on the ongoing controversy over the article which appeared in Al-Liwaa...
A press release issued in the name of civil society organizations, potential political parties and banned groups, such as the Brotherhood and communists, listed a number of legal and constitutional demands. The signatories of the press release announced that they intend to push for modification of...

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