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The Freedom and Justice Party's (FJP) vice president 'Isām al-'Iryān held a meeting with Egyptian investors in order to identify their political and economic trends, and called on them to support the tourism sector in order to encourage growth in the Egyptian economy. This statement was made...
Egyptian revolutionaries, political groups and Islamists have called on Egyptians to take to the streets next Friday in a new protest against a recent decision to activate the long-standing Emergency Law, accusing the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) of breaking a promise to cancel...
The testimony of Field Marshal Hussein Tantāwī, the head of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, as a witness in the trial of former president Husnī Mubārak, has been postponed to September 24, judicial sources said yesterday.
  Safwat 'Abd al-Ghāni, a representative for al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmiyyah, has revealed that the party will run in the upcoming parliamentary elections to compete for 20 percent of the seats.  
Parties and political forces expressed the same currents of dissatisfaction and deep concern over the events in Egypt yesterday (September 10) of assault and damage to buildings and vital installations.
Amidst polarization that marked the political scene in Egypt after the January 25 revolution, the Azhar came up with a paper to represent what can be considered a haven for all political groups that view moderation as a compass that would guide Egypt all the way to the future.
Prominent Islamist Sheikh Mohamed Amer has declared that Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, supreme commander of the Egyptian armed forces, should be considered "leader of the faithful" due to his current capacity as military ruler of the country.
For their part, the Coptic youth movement Maspero Youth issued a statement in which it declared its deep concern at the dominion of the Islamist currents. They revealed their total discontent with the raising of the Saudi flag by the Islamists, and said they were fully prepared to defend the option...
 Hours before the trial of former President Husnī Mubārak, his two sons and former Interior Minister Habīb al-'Adlī tomorrow, all legal and security arrangements were finally finished for the first trial of its kind to ever take place in Egypt.  
Coptic activists are against turning the Egyptian Revolution into a religious issue for Islamists took over Tahrir Square last Friday, during a protest. There were no agreements among different political groups before the protests.


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