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In his program “Al-Deen wa Al-Hayat” [Religion and Life], Al-Qaradawi declared his deep faith in democracy and advocated the right of the Brotherhood to establish a legitimate party to run for elections. “The democracy I call for is the democracy of a Muslim society, which has its own fundamentals...
"According to our law, religious parties are illegal. Yet, they shall work through other legal parties.” This is the usual response that we get from the higher placed in society to the question about whether or not the Muslim Brotherhood is going to establish a political party.
It would be of course great if we could nominate a Copt in the presidential elections. I just think it is too early for us to do so. This is the last step that should be preceded by so many other steps and preparations and political awareness.
The article gives a brief historical overview of how the different Islamic groups spread their authority over the political activities of universities in Egypt. The Gama’at Al-Islamiya started in the 1970s, declined in the 1980s and disappeared in the 1990s. The Brotherhood concentrated on poor...
The surprising announcement by lawyer Mamdouh Nakhla of his intention to establish a political party, named the Coptic Nation opened the debate on religious parties in Egypt.
The political-religious ideas of the Islamic Liberation Party are more evolved than the previous ancestral ideologies. They alert youth to confront the alliance between Jews and western colonialism along with the ragged Arab regimes.
President Mubārak has declared that the law does not allow forming religious parties. He responded to a question about the transformation of the banned Muslim Brotherhood to a political party.
There are arguments among the Copts about the call for the Misr Al-Umm [Mother Egypt] Party by some intellectuals who claimed that secularism respects and deepens national unity. But Coptic intellectuals emphasize that national unity has nothing to do with the principles of that call, which is...
The opinion of political writer Hussain Abdel Raziq, the secretary general of the Tagammu Party, was different from other leaders of the Tagammu and most of its members. When the Tagammu was discussing the attitude it should adopt toward groups that claim to represent political Islam, Abdel...
Al-Wafd continues discussing the attitude of Islamic movements towards the issues of democracy, the disavowing of violence and turning to peaceful action. During the last few years, attempts to establish two Islamic political parties, Al-Islah Party [Reformation Party] and Al- Sharia Party [Sharia...

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