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The Nūr Party has criticized Dr. Muhammad Mukhār Jum’ah, Minister of Endowments, for implementing the law that prevents non- Azharites from giving sermons in mosques.  
After issuing the Parliamentary Elections Bill, the Minister of Transitional Justice agreed with some parties representatives that the electoral lists must hold three Copts and 7 women.
Sources in the Nūr party have expressed their dismay at the new parliamentary elections law which have conditioned that both Copts and females be put on parties’ electoral lists. 
Nūr Party has congratulated the Egyptian people who have completed an important step for stability and building the institutions of the state, namely the presidential elections, the results of which showed a sweeping victory for al- Sīsī. 
Dr. Yūnus Makhyūn, head of the Nūr Party, stated that the hatred of the Egyptian people to the Muslim Brotherhood has been reflected on Hamas. 
The Nūr Party accused other political parties of trying to tarnish the image of al- Nūr out of fear that it dominates the coming parliamentary elections. 
The Campaign of al-Sīsī stated that members of the Nūr Party have been absent from the polling stations amidst accusations of the Salafis not taking part in the elections. 
Anonymous sources in the Da’wah al Salafiah have stated to al- Watan that the Da’wah and the Nūr party requested the preachers affiliated to them not to talk politics during tomorrow’s Friday sermon. 
Muslim Brotherhood members have committed some acts of violence in Kirdāsah, Giza, a Muslim Brotherhood stronghold. 
Muslim Brotherhood members have attacked a mosque controlled by al- Da’wah al- Salafiah in ShirbīnCity in Dakahlia.

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