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Rajab al-Murshidī writes on the attempts of two banned groups; the Brotherhood and al-Jamā‘a al-Islāmīya to convince Āfāq ‘Arabīya newspaper to be their media platform.
The article deals with the conflicts within al-Ahrār party and the sit-in staged by journalists of the party’s newspaper ‘Āfāq ‘Arabīya’, protesting against the suspension of the paper due to conflicts over the leadership of the party.
The authors harshly criticize the Muslim Brotherhood’s attitudes towards women and Copts.
A paper by the Cairo-based National Center for Social and Criminal Studies in 1985 claimed that 98 percent of Muslims and 68 percent of Christians approved application of the Islamic shari‘a, and so the author claims that the application of the Islamic shari‘a is an Egyptian demand.
In the last issue of the debate aired by the Qatari Al-Jezira channel between Maurice Sadek, President of the Center for Human rights and National Unity, and Mustafa Bakri, editor-in-chief of Al-Osboa newspaper, Sadek had said that the Egyptian government is a racist government and should be...


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