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The writer interviewed Dr. Usama Al-Baz, the Egyptian President´s counselor for political affairs. He covered circumstances in Iraq, Syria and Palestine, the current Egyptian stance towards the Gama´a Al-Islamiya, and the social and political impact of the deterioration of the Egyptian...
The writer interviews Abu Al-Ela Madi, Deputy of the founding members of the Wasat Party. He discusses Islamic movements, anti-terrorism campaigns, explains religious extremism, and the project of the Wasat Party.
The case of the Hizb el-Tahrir el-Islami [Islamic Liberation Party], which includes 26 defendants charged with attempting to overthrow the established regime and promoting and possessing publications that include extremist ideas, is still examined. The court has asked an Azhar committee to give its...
Quotes from Dr. Muhammad Emara’s writings on the Muslim Brotherhood. He compares between the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamic groups. He also gives reasons for his choice not to join the Brotherhood.
During a lengthy interview, Pope Shenouda discusses Coptic identity and history, the Palestinian question, the churches support of President Mubārak in the upcoming elections, the issue of national unity in Egypt and much more.
Muslim Brotherhood group has stirred up a storm of controversy in the Egyptian street over its future form of relationship with the incumbent political parties.
Discussing the future of the Muslim Brotherhood group is a very thorny issue. The tricks they played during the presidential elections on many political parties make it clear that they should never be trusted.
The call for establishing a Coptic political party has been discussed extensively for years, and consistently rejected. The idea has recently again been brought into the open by people who hope to press their own sectarian political agenda—the Islamists. Strangely, this disastrous aim has found...
Before he traveled to the US, Pope Shenouda III talked to al-Ahrām about the next presidential elections and discussed many issues in Egypt and abroad.
Is Arabic society sick? Yes it is. Admitting this is not a sign of defeat or pessimism. It is self-condemnation. We need to take a deep look into the illness to find the cure.


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