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Muslim Brotherhood sources stated that the International Organization of the Muslim Brotherhood has formed a reconciliation committee headed by Ibrahīm Munīr and Mahmūd Hussayn, leaders in the Muslim Brotherhood. 
Observers believe that the dividing line between religion-based political parties and the banned Muslim Brotherhood, which is considered an incubator of other religious entities involved in violent acts against successive regimes in Egypt since the 50s of last century, is not quite clear.
Interviewers: Eline Kasanwidjojo, Quinta Smit   Language of interview: English (original interview), English (presented transcript)   Transcript: Quinta Smit   Approval: Requested and no objection received   Khālid Manṣūr talks about the reasons for establishing al-Iṣlāḥ Party and its relation to...
Interviewers: Quinta Smit, Eline Kasanwidjojo, Jayson Casper Language of interview: Arabic (original interview), English (presented transcript)  Interpreter: Jayson Casper Transcript: Quinta Smit Approval: Requested and no objection received   This transcript of an interview with Ihāb Shīhā...
Al-Jihād al-Islāmī group announced its intention to form a political party, to be named "Peace and Development."  
According to the article at hand, Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Guidance Council Member Dr. ‘Abd al- Mun’im Abū al-Futūh recently explained that the MB’s decision to establish a political party was “risky.” “Involving religious values in party competition sometimes hurts and devalues the latter, causing...
The Muslim Brotherhood has announced in a statement that it plans to form a political party after the amendment of the constitution and the unrestricted formation of political parties is permitted.   It has also asked the armed forces to set a timetable for the constitutional amendments and for...
In lieu of the recent incidents that have taken place in the past few weeks, Muntasir al-Zayyāt has postponed the submission of the foundation documents of the Union for Freedom Party.
Dr. Muhammad Habīb, the deputy Murshid of the Muslim Brotherhood, has denied reports of a deal between the banned group and the government.
The article supports the new constitutional amendments that prohibit the establishment of religious parties.

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