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In an interview, Major General Fou’ād ‘Allām, who spent over 25 years in the State Security Investigations Authority, states that the Muslim Brotherhood are liars, that some members of the NDP are working against the state’s interests and that unless the opposition parties improve their political...
On the 52nd anniversary of the 1954 proclamation dissolving the Muslim Brotherhood, Khālid Mahmoud Ramadān writes that the clear political platform of Egypt’s largest opposition group has secured it an unprecedented 88 seats in parliament.
In an interview with Ākhir Sā‘a, Muslim thinker Dr. Muhammad Salīm al-‘Awwā has dismissed the possibility of having a religious state in Egypt for a number reasons.
The Cairo-based al-Kalima Center for Human Rights has issued its annual report on the political events of 2005, including syndicate, presidential and parliamentary elections. The report calls for respecting the rights of religious minorities in Egypt, including Shiites, Bahā’īs and Qur’ānīs.
Shoura Council Speaker Safwat al-Sharīf has received an official notice from lawyer Nabīh al-Wahsh calling for denying the Bahā’is any chance to set up a political party in Egypt.
Many people believe that Muslim Brotherhood, after winning an unprecedented number of seats in the recent parliamentary elections, will go on to establish a religious state or the neo-Islamic Caliphate in Egypt has been its dream since it first saw the light of day.
Mamdouh Nakhla, who submitted a proposal to establish a Coptic party, answers questions about the objectives of such a party.
Coptic and Islamic thinkers react to the plan to establish a Coptic party.
Dr. Abu Al-Ela Madi, deputy of the founders of Al-Wasat Al-Gadid Party [New Middel Party] refuses associating between his party and the Brotherhood, saying that the Brotherhood is pursuing a different path. He stresses that the Wasat Party is not the lawful cover of the Brotherhood.
The London-based Arabic newspaper of Al-Quds Al-Arabi [The Arab Jerusalem], has conducted a poll in which about 11,000 visitors of their website took part. The poll showed that 41 percent of voters are in favor of the exclusion of the Muslim Brotherhood. The other 58.9 percent of voters opposed the...


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