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A fierce competition is taking place between the sufīs and salafīs on the parliaments seats. The sufī Islāh front is preparing its lists to prevail over the Salafīs in the upcoming parliament while the Nūr Salafī party has rejected these statements stating that the parliament is not a place for a...
 Muhammad Mukhtār Jum‘a, Minister of Religious Endowments, has refused the demands of shaykhs of the Salafi Call to review the law on the practice of preaching and giving religious lessons in mosques, calling for adherence to the terms of the law. Muhammad Salāh Khalīfa, a member of the Media...
Sheikh Yāssir Burhāmī, vice president of the Salafī organization, said yesterday that the “Have you Prayed for the Prophet Today?” posters are not sectarian, political, or partisan in nature.
After having temporarily calmed down, relations between the Ministry of Endowments and the Salafīs have ignited once again, this time regarding i’itikāf. Sheikh Muhamad ‘abd el-Rāzik, representative of the Ministry of Endowments for Quranic and Mosque matters, stated, “i’itikaaf is a tradition that...
Shaykh Mazhar Shāhin, former Imam of the ‘Umar Makram mosque at Tahrir square, and now TV presenter of Tahrir TV channel, stated that Salafi Shaykh Muhammad Hussayn Yaqūb used to enter the studio in one of the religious channels accompanied by private body guards. 
A new fitnah can start a war between Sufis and Salafis. The latter insisted on destroying the shrine of Shaykh Ali al- Kurdī, a famous Sufī saint, in RashīdCity, Beheira Governorate. 
Salafi preacher, Muhammad al- Abassīrī, stated that the Salafis are a danger to Egypt and that they believe that the nation and ruler are apostates.
Dr. Yāssir Burhāmī, Vice President of al- Da'wah al-Salafiah, stated that the Da'wah and the Nūr party have nothing to do with the posters that state "did you pray for the prophet today?"
The Nūr Party has criticized Dr. Muhammad Mukhār Jum’ah, Minister of Endowments, for implementing the law that prevents non- Azharites from giving sermons in mosques.  
After issuing the Parliamentary Elections Bill, the Minister of Transitional Justice agreed with some parties representatives that the electoral lists must hold three Copts and 7 women.


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