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On the evening of 3rd July, the Summer School students watched the thought-provoking film One Hand: The Movie, an intense film focusing on Muslim-Christian relations in revolutionary Egypt, following the January 2011 bombing of the Coptic Orthodox Two Saints Church in the city of Alexandria.
In a move viewed as a withdrawal of its support of the Muslim Brotherhood, al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmiyyah has called on all groups to review their stances and engage in a comprehensive dialogue in order to ‘realize the goals of the revolution and shape the future of our homeland’. 
Sharīf al-Hawārī, a prominent leader in the Salafi Call, has said that the recent law on preaching in mosques is ‘tailored against us’, and that the organization is aware of efforts to get rid of them, adding that Yāsir Burhānī, vice-president of the Salafist Call, was still waiting for a permit.
 Nādir Bakkār, assistant chairman of the Nūr Party, has claimed that the Minister of Religious Endowments, Muhammad Mukhtār Jum‘a, is acting against the interests of President ‘Abd al-Fattāh al-Sīsī. He criticized his measures, stating that ordinary citizens were wondering why mosques were closed...
The annual sūfī Iftār was held at the headquarters of the ‘Azmiyyah tarīqah in the neighborhood of Sayyidah Zaynab yesterday. As well as the presence of several Sūfī sheikhs, there was also a diplomatic Iranian delegation present, under the supervision of Tawfīq al-Samdī, political advisor to the...
President of the Strong Egypt Party, ‘Abd al-Mun‘im Abū al-Futūh, has called on young members of the Muslim Brotherhood to show devotion to God by rebelling against the mistakes made by the leaders of the Brotherhood. He said that further protests were to no avail and that their priority should be...
Due to the Muslim Brotherhood’s members’ persecution after June 30th’s uprising, they have been able to continue their age-old tradition of handing out foodstuffs, clothes, and presents in poor communities to accumulate political support. As such, the Salafīs have taken the baton and continued this...
The Ramadan experience in Egypt is not exclusive to Muslims, rather it is a joyous and celebratory holy month shared by Muslims and Christians alike, related to a series of universally practiced traditions. Since the 1919 Revolution, Sa’ad Zaghlūl was adamant on reinforcing the importance of...
Leading figure in the Jamā’ah Islamiyyah and member on its Shūra “Advisory” Council, ‘Abūd al-Zumur continues his attack on the Muslim Brotherhood in an article titled, ‘Guidelines on Evaluating the Experiment’ published on an online news source yesterday.
Abūd al- Zumur, member of the Shūrá Council of the Jamā’ah al- Islāmiyah requested the  Muslim Brotherhood to revise the mistakes that the group has fallen into, as well as to correct these mistakes.
A source from the Minister of Endowments stated that the Endowment Departments nationwide have removed the  mosques which supported the Muslim Brother protests from the lists of mosques for i’tikāf, particularly those in Cairo. 
Sources close to the Muslim Brotherhood stated that a number of members of the group started requesting internal elections for the guidance bureau and the shūrá council of the group in order to change the current leaders of the group. 
Nevine Mus’ad, a member of National Council of Women (NCW), stated that the NCW delegation's visit of the to the women’s prison in Qanātir, on July 7 aimed at surveying the situation of the prisoners. 
After a few members of Muslim Brotherhood attacked Dr. Yāssir al-Burhāmī during his walk in the Prophet’s Mosque in al- Madīnah al- Munawarrah [Saudi Arabia], anger prevailed over Salafi circles. 
Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood have allegedly sent a letter to ISIS, and Abū Bakr al- Baghdādī complaining about the alleged rape of Muslim Brotherhood female supporters in prison. Recent protests of the Muslim Brotherhood in Helwan, Ayn Shams and NasrCity have witnessed the flags of al- Qa’...
Abdallah A, a pensioner, has called upon the Ministry of Interior and the National Security forces to return to him his son, Ahmad, 22 years old, who is currently in Syria and fights on the side of ISIS. 
A female student at the Azhar University has accused a policeman of raping her, during her interrogation in a police station in Nasr City 2. She stated that she was taken from the campus premises by a policeman, who accused her of taking part in the protests of the Muslim Brotherhood. 
According to anonymous sources of the National Alliance to Support the Legitimacy, the Alliance has documented 54 cases of rape inside jail, against female supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood. 
Shubrā al- Khaymah Criminal Court, held in the Police Institute in Turah, has issued yesterday its sentence against members of the Muslim Brotherhood in the case of blocking the Qalyūb roadway.
For the second day in a row, members of the Muslim Brotherhood have failed to mobilize  demonstrations in the first anniversary of Muhammad Mursī’s deposal. 


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