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   5. Jewish extremist groups gather for march around the Aqsa Mosque Sunday   Sources within the Muslim Brotherhood said that several administrative offices have been assigned in various parts of the country to mobilize large numbers of people to participate in the events of 28 November next. The...
This interview was arranged by Cornelis Hulsman for Omar Ali’s research on political party institutionalization in Egypt. The interview was attended by both and took place on June 1, 2014. The interview started in Arabic but after the first response continued in English. Omar Ali made the...
While the Coptic Pope has supported al-Sīsī’s presidential bid, Coptic intellectuals think it may take more than the Pope’s blessings for the Copts to vote for him. 
As of today, December 2, 2013, the appointed fifty-member of the committee to amend the 2012 Egyptian Constitution are engaged in final voting on each article. They face a deadline to complete their work by December 3, after which it will be put to a national referendum in mid-January. In advance...
On Thursday July 25, AWR Editor-in-Chief, Cornelis Hulsman, invited me and the other interns to take part to a very peculiar experience: joining him in his interview with Safwat Hegazi, a leading Islamist.
On August 19, an opinion piece by Dr. Tariq Ghazalī Harb appeared in al-Masrī al-Yawm, a liberal Egyptian daily newspaper. The author, a surgeon, describes the Muslim Brotherhood (which he always names with negative sarcasm) as a cancer in society, and in his authoritative medical opinion the only...
 The draft of this text originally published in Nederlands Dagblad was first seen and approved by Dr. Amr Darrag. We find it of great importance that the opinions of people we interview are presented as accurately as possible. Former Minister, Amr Darrag, member of the high board of the Freedom and...
I have read the July 22 and October 22 interviews with Dr. Amr Darrag and find his answers to be typical of the Muslim Brotherhood, who present themselves as victims without indications that they are willing to acknowledge failures on their side.
In the Virgin Mary Cathedral for Catholic Copts, situated only a few streets behind the area of Rābaʽah al-‘Adawīyyah,  I met with Bishop Yohanna Qulta on the 13th of August, following an article he wrote, “The Impossibility of Civil War in Egypt,” in which he stated that he did not fear a civil...
Dr. Safwat Hegazy explained when, in his view, violence can be used: anyone can kill President Bashar al-Assad (Bashār al-Asad) because of his crimes against humanity. Also Israeli soldiers can be targeted since they are at war with Palestinians. This was prior to President Mursi’s removal from...

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