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Minister of Endowments, Muhammad Mukhtār Jum’ah, has met a number of Nūr Party leaders including the president of Nūr Party, Yūnis Makhyūn, and Dr. Muhammad Ibrāhīm Mansūr to discuss the “Preaching law” that has led to prohibiting Salafi preachers from giving sermons. 
A fierce competition is taking place between the sufīs and salafīs on the parliaments seats. The sufī Islāh front is preparing its lists to prevail over the Salafīs in the upcoming parliament while the Nūr Salafī party has rejected these statements stating that the parliament is not a place for a...
 Muhammad Mukhtār Jum‘a, Minister of Religious Endowments, has refused the demands of shaykhs of the Salafi Call to review the law on the practice of preaching and giving religious lessons in mosques, calling for adherence to the terms of the law. Muhammad Salāh Khalīfa, a member of the Media...
The Coptic Orthodox Church have criticized the Coptic movements that have announced its attempt to nominate names on the Nūr party lists.
Eng. Salāh Abd al- Ma’būd member of the Nūr Party high board  stated that there is no place for the lists of the party for members of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Nūr Party has convened a meeting on February 6 to set its criteria for the presidential candidate that it will support and responded to the campaign of the Muslim Brotherhood against it. The meeting resulted in a set of criteria, including the need for a president who maintains national unity...
Shaykh Muhammad ‘Abd al- Rāziq, the head of the religious sector in the Ministry of Endowments stated that the Ministry will hold examinations and interviews to all of those who applied from the Da’wah al- Salafiah.
The Nūr Party welcomed members of the dissolved National Democratic Party to join its electoral lists in the forthcoming parliamentary elections, provided they were not involved in acts punishable under law. 
A leader in al- Da’wah al- Salafiah has revealed the details of the discussions that took place during the past two days between the Da’wah al- Salafiah shaykhs concerning not having until now licenses from the Ministry of Endowments allowing them to preach in mosques.
The decision of the Minister of Endowments,  demanding that all who want to perform i’tikāf (withdrawal in a mosque during the holy month of Ramadan) need to register their name a week before their tentative i’tikāf dates, has led to much controversy among Islamists. 


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