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Islamists have imposed themselves in the Egyptian society after the January 25 revolution and rolled up their sleeves to establish parties, nearly 20, including the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood group.
Engineer Salāh Hāshim, one of the founders of the Jamā'ah Islāmīyah (Islamic Group), said unity of the different factions and movements would furnish an opportunity for the Islamists to make it to power.
Muhammad 'Abd al-Qudūs, a journalist and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood group, writes in an article that an aspired modern civil state should have pillars that could be summed up in the following points: • Total equality among all Egyptians in rights and duties. There should be no difference...
Protesters in Qinā called for a second million-man march on Sunday, April 24, 2011, to call for the removal of Prime Minister ʿIṣām Sharaf and the trial of Deputy Prime Minister Yaḥyā al-Jamāl. The protesters continued a sit-in on a railway line and introduced their new slogan "Muslims and Copts...
Arab-West Report, April 1, 2011Title: Interview with Ibrāhīm al-Huḍaybī (former member of the Muslim Brotherhood and political activist) about the current situation in Egypt Authors: Drs. Cornelis Hulsman, Arndt Emmerich and Judit Kuschnitzki Introduction of Ibrāhīm  al-Huḍaybī: I am Ibrāhīm al-...
Najīb Abādīr announces on AWR the formation of a new liberal party launched by Najīb Sawirus.    
As a Brit I've never before been a revolutionary. Revolution just isn't in our vocabulary. Our American friends, as we might expect, were all gung ho on it from the start. My sympathies were entirely with Mr. Mubārak, who had served his country well in the Air Force, then as Vice-President under...
Edward Cody, writer in the Washington Post, writes that the biggest winners of the [January] 25 revolution are the Salafists. He described them as Islamic fundamentalists who would like to see the strictest form of Islam applied to all of Egypt and across the Middle East.  
Flyers that were recently handed out by Salafīs in Cairo described values of democracy as a violation of the law of God and proclaimed that the civil state "equates between citizens in their rights and duties, even if God has created differences in them." Egypt’s Salafī movement is generally...
On Friday, March 25, Salafists' activists demonstrated in front of the Qā’id Ibrāhīm Mosque in Alexandria, calling for the withdrawal of current Deputy Prime Minister Yaḥyā al-Jamal and his overly secular views. In the course of the day, verbal and physical scuffles between Salafists and other...

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