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Sāmī Ja'far interviewed Jihād ‘Awdah, member of National Democratic Party's Politics committee; ‘Awdah believe that to get rid of Muslim Brotherhood groups in Gaza, Bahrain, and Kuwait, we need begin from Egypt. ‘Awdah added that the defeat of Sudan's MB came after an attempt to kill President...
Secretary General of the Middle East Council of Churches, Girgis Ibrāhīm Sālih, stressed the need to recall the sixtieth anniversary of the plight of the Palestinian people and seek to return these usurped people to their home at the meeting of the Department of Service to Palestinian Refugees.
The State Security Prosecution accuses two professors at the Suez Canal and the Azhar universities of manufacturing a plane without a pilot.
Fahmī Huwaydī writes about two fabricated stories about Hamās that were published in Egyptian newspapers as part of a plan aims to incite people against the resistance.
Clare Nāsif comments on a fatwá delivered by a Palestinian shaykh affiliated to the Hamās faction in which he called for his countrymen to kill Egyptian boarders troops when they overthrow Egypt’s boarders at Gaza.
A Palestinian shaykh from the city of Khān Yūnus has issued a fatwá calling for Egyptian troops on the Egypt-Gaza border to be killed if they resist any Palestinian overthrow of the border fence.
The article reflects on the current situation in Israel and Palestine. The author discusses the various strategies that Hamās and Fatah are taking and analyzes the possible different Israeli reactions to the situation.
This issue covers a number of topics dealing again with the freedom of expression. Pope Shenouda discusses the need for Arab unity to address the tensions in the Middle East, and Max Michel publishes a book critiquing the Coptic Orthodox Church.
Dr. Hālah Mustafá, the editor-in-chief of al-Dimuqrātīyah magazine at al-Ahrām and member of the National Democratic Party’s Policies Secretariat gives her opinion on current national and international issues and discusses the obstacles to political reform in Egypt.
Islam is the target of Western and Zionists’ attacks. Muslims need to unite to defend their religion and any inter-religious dialogue is bound to avowing Islam as a heavenly religion.
‘Abd Allāh Kamāl believes that the Hamās group in Palestine and its ally, the Muslim Brotherhood, planned the entrance of thousands of Gazans into Egypt.
The Middle East Freedom Forum recently held a session to discuss violence against Copts in Egypt.
The article discusses Egyptian reactions to the European Parliament resolution, which criticized Egypt’s human rights record.
The article looks at a new religious survey, Freedom in the World, which claims that none of the Christian communities in the Middle East are completely free. The author analyzes the changing face of Christianity in the Middle East and the reasons behind its recent decline.
The number of Christians is seriously diminishing in Arab countries. Conflicts in the region are behind their collective emigration.
The author discusses the background, aims, and plans of so-called International Islamism. He comments on what he believes to be the three trends that make up International Islamism, and the main platforms that they rely on.
John H. Watson highlights an exhibition at the British Library that showcases ancient holy books from Jewish, Christian, and Islamic sources.
The article talks about fears of using violence by the banned Muslim Brotherhood group in order to reach power in Egypt, following in the steps of its ally the Ḥamās group in Gaza.
The article criticizes the head of the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies, Dr. Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, for defaming his country by issuing fake reports about internal problems within Egypt and for contacting the U.S. in an attempt to reduce the annual aid that Egypt receives.
The prominent Egyptian intellectual Tarek Heggy wrote about a number of topics related to the developments in the Egyptian and Arab arenas, sending a number of press messages to figureheads in the Arab world.
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