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Amid very tense settings, due to the flights and mutual accusations by the two sufī leaders ‘Abd al- Hādī al Qasabī, the Shaykh of the Sufis, and head of the Islāh front, Shaykh Alā’ Abū al-‘Azāyim. 
  The Supreme Council for Sufī Orders thanked Counselor Adlī Mansūr for effective management of state affairs during the period he served as interim president.
Coptic and Sufi activists who attended the conference, titled “One Voice for All of Egypt...A Message to All Officials,” lashed out at statements by Dr. Yāsir Burhāmī, the deputy chairman of the Salafī Da’wah (Call) and a member of the constitution-drafting committee, in which he rejected the...
Coptic and Sufi activists who attended the conference, titled “One Voice for All of Egypt...A Message to All Officials,” lashed out at statements by Dr. Yāsir Burhāmī, the deputy chairman of the Salafī Da’wah (Call) and a member of the constitution-drafting committee, in which he rejected the...
Coptic and Sufi activists who attended the conference, titled “One Voice for All of Egypt...A Message to All Officials,” lashed out at statements by Dr. Yāsir Burhāmī, the deputy chairman of the Salafī Da’wah (Call) and a member of the constitution-drafting committee, in which he rejected the...
Coptic and Sufi activists who attended the conference, titled “One Voice for All of Egypt...A Message to All Officials,” lashed out at statements by Dr. Yāsir Burhāmī, the deputy chairman of the Salafī Da’wah (Call) and a member of the constitution-drafting committee, in which he rejected the...
Coptic and Sufi activists who attended the conference, titled “One Voice for All of Egypt...A Message to All Officials,” lashed out at statements by Dr. Yāsir Burhāmī, the deputy chairman of the Salafī Da’wah (Call) and a member of the constitution-drafting committee, in which he rejected the...
Meanwhile, the committee on registration of voters for the election of a new patriarch for the Coptic Orthodox Church finalized the inclusion of 2500 voters into the lists, including 500 expatriate Egyptians. [Ahmad al-Sa’dāwī, al-Shurūq al-Jadīd, July 18, p. 3] Read text in Arabic
Taking a quick look at the constitutions of other nations – old or new, east or west, Christian, Buddhist or Hindu, one could easily find out that there is no mixing between religion and politics at all. Article 20 of the Japanese Constitution reads, “The freedom of belief is guaraneed for everyone...
When a state of polarization reached a zenith, everyone thought that the election of a president would end this and mark a new beginning for a breakthrough but unfortunately polarization has mounted when the president issued decree no. 11 of 2012 that reinstated the dissolved People’s Assembly. [...

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