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The Egyptian Muftī cAlī Juma‘ has been quoted by some newspapers as saying in a seminar at the Azhar that extremists must be killed and there is no need to talk with them. According to these papers, he lauded security forces for their approach to radicals.To verify such reports, al- Usbua‘...
‘Adb al-Qādir Shuhayb tackles the latest political incidents in Egypt and the influence of the banned Muslim Brotherhood on events. He also discuses the new wave of terror in Sinai and how to eliminate it.
Sharm al-Sheikh, Dahab and Tābā were all attacked recently and the writer wonders whether it is possible to renegotiate some articles of the Camp David convention.
The People’s Assembly’s approval of the two-year extension of the 25- year-old emergency law has provoked a furious reaction among Egyptian opposition, including the legally banned Muslim Brotherhood. Many people argue that the extension of the law will breed more violence in Egyptian society...
The muftī of Egypt, Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘a calls for the elimination of extremism, rejects any dialogue with extremists and calls for Egyptian society to leave its current state of effeminacy and act together to defend the country.
Dr. ‘Abd al-Mun‘im Sa‘īd believes that the two-year extension of the 25-year-old emergency law was vital after terrorist attacks rocked Dahab, Rafah, al-‘Arīsh, Tābā, Cairo and Sharm al-Sheikh.
This press review deals with the history of the al- Tawhīd Wa al-Jihād organization, which is blamed for the deadly bomb attacks on the tourist resort of Dahab in Sinai that killed a number of Egyptians and foreigners and wounded many others.
The incidents of the past couple of weeks showed a lack of political strength. They also refuted the claims of those who believe that democracy brings instability, for they occurred in spite of the existence of the emergency law, political centralization and the exceptional powers granted to...
The Egyptian parliament has approved a two-year extension of the 25-year -old emergency law amidst strong opposition from Muslim Brotherhood and independent members of parliament. Arguing that the government uses the law to silence and oppress the opposition, Muslim Brotherhood members came to...
A few days ago, the Doha Fourth Interfaith Conference opened amidst increasing calls to stress the role of religions in saving humankind from evil.

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