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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...
Dr. Rifa'at Al-Sa'id, the head of the Tagammu Party, stressed that many reasons led to the exclusion of the Brotherhood from the dialogue among opposition parties. Al-Sa'id noted that participants in the meetings of opposition parties unanimously rejected the creation of a political party that...
Sheikh Youssef Al-Qaradawi’s call for establishing Islamic and Christian parties has resulted in more disputes and splits within various political streams. The majority of political powers rejected Al-Qaradawi’s call deeming it an obvious demand to create a legitimate political party for the Muslim...
Some of those who met the US Commission on International Religious Freedom in Egypt, spoke of the necessity of establishing a Coptic Christian political party. We will find that once the [Orthodox] Copts have their party, the Catholics will have theirs, and the Sunnis, the Shiites and the Muslim...
I do not agree with the term “political Islam” because it involves a scientific, methodological mistake. Today, there are some Muslims who use religion in order to realize political ends. Those who do this don not abide by Islamic principles and values, they only chose from these principles and...

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