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The vice president of the Nūr Salafist party, Talaʿat Mazrūq, praised several elements of the new election law, stating “the most important of the positives in the current election law is that it has sacked all the remains of the previous regime (filūl) and identified their most important weapon—...
The Salafi Front called for an Islamic Revolution under the name “A Revolt of the Muslim Youth” at the end of the current month, without specifically prohibiting the use of weapons. However, Salāh ʿAbd al-Maʿabūd a member of the high commission of the Nūr party said the effect of the Salafi Front...
The “Jurists of Moodiness” are a group of religious Scholars that publish hardline Fatwas based on their ‘wrong’ readings and interpretations of religious texts without taking into consideration any social conditions for the Fatwa, for example those issued by the Salafist preachers Abū Ishāq al-...
In his first media statement about the current events Dr. Ahmad Hatība, one of the founders of the Da’wah al- Salafia has supported the decisions of the board of the Salafī Da’wah which supported the ‘Road Map’ presented on the 3th of July.
Dr. Yāssir Burhamī, vice president of the Da’wah al- Salafia, has reiterated his controversial fatwá, stating that a man must not kill his wife and her lover if she falls into adultery simply for the reason of seeing them nude. 
Shaykh Muhammad Abd al- Raziq, deputy of the ministry of Endowments for Mosque Affairs, announced the suspension of the protocol signed by the ministry and the Da’wah al- Salafia pertaining to giving sermons in mosques. 
Islamic Research Institute scholars have commented on the controversial fatwa of Dr. Yāssir Burhāmī, Vice President of the Da’wah al-Salafiah, describing it as corrupt. The fatwá states that a man is not obliged to defend his wife from rape if his life is threatened in trying to protect her 
An article appeared in al- Sabāh, accusing Wagdī Ghunīm, a Salafī Shaykh, who is a strong supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood of being funded by Qatar (Shaykh Wagdī Ghunīm recently appeared on social media sitting at large banquets in what is to be believed a Qatarī palace).
Shaykh Jābir al-Tāyi’, Deputy of the Ministry of Endowments, assured that non-Azharis among the Salafī preachers, including Shaykh Muhammad Hassān and Muhammad Hasanayn Yaqūb and Abū Isāq al- Huwaynī are not permitted to ascend the pulpits of mosques, as they are not appointed by the Ministry,...
Sources from the Salafī al-Nūr Party stated that two leaders of the party were assigned to communicate with the campaigns of al- Sīsī and Sabāhī, the presidential candidates, and coordinate with them to meet with the Salafī Da’wah 

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