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The General Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood stated that the group is not seeking power but only wants the Islamic Shari’a [law] to be enforced. He added that the aim of their activities in professional syndicates is not a matter of control. It is a democratic thing to have if the Brotherhood...
A religious party is very dangerous. Some of the younger Brotherhood members are more open minded, and so is Ma’amoun Al-Hodeibi. In contrast with the current and very stiff guide, some of them do not believe in the use of violence. He added that it is a historical fact that all extremist groups...
The author explained that he did not mean to criticize the article of Fahmi Howeidi about establishing an Islamic party [see RNSAW, week 52, article 4] in his article "Playing with fire, sheikh!." It was rather a rational discussion of all the points mentioned in Howeidi’s article. He also pointed...
The issue of the possibility of establishing a political party by the Muslim Brotherhood is still on the surface. The Muslim Brotherhood is something like a self-centered powerful lobby or a subtly-integrated community within the society. They have their customs, traditions and rituals. As far as...
The idea of establishing a party representing the Brotherhood has its supporters and opponents. Prof. Rifa’at El-Said, Dr. Abu El-Ela Madi and Dr. Hossam Badrawi totally reject the idea and believe this would be a threat to society. Prof. Milad Hanna is of opinion that this is not a challenge to...
The author comments on Fahmi Howeidi’s article about establishing an Islamic party. He expressed his surprise at the fact that Howeidi discussed the idea only from a constitutional angle but not from a political one. Howeidi’s idea that the constitution does not prohibit founding religious parties...
This is the third part of the dramatic scene in which the writer gives the pros and the cons of the idea of establishing an Islamic party by the Muslim Brotherhood through a conversation between three friends [see RNSAW week 49, article 6 and week 50, article 3]. The friend who opposed the idea is...
The dramatic scene through which the writer gives the pros and the cons to the idea of establishing an Islamic party for the Muslim Brotherhood continued in this article [see RNSAW week 49, article 6]. There are two friends. One of them welcomes having an Islamic party that would work to enforce...
The author is of opinion that none of the parties, with the exception of the Muslim Brotherhood, benefits from the results of the elections which disclosed their real popularity and the true tendencies in society. He believes that the issues the Brotherhood intends to work for, such as canceling...
Through an imaginary dialogue between the author and two of his friends, he gives the pros and cons to the idea of establishing an Islamic party for the Muslim Brotherhood. While one of the friends is of opinion that announcing such a party will push the country two hundred years back in time, the...

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