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This book was first published in 2012 by CIDT in Arabic.
‘Isām al-‘Iryān: the Muslim Brotherhood believe in the Constitution although they have certain reservations and consider themselves an innovative religious trend.
A big debate has hit leaders and members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group over the controversial pending agenda of the Brotherhood’s party.
The author, ‘Alā’ ‘Azmī, interviewed the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated lawyer Mr. Mukhtār Nūḥ on his candidature for presidency of the Lawyers’ Syndicate and his relationship with the banned group.
The author discusses the formation of Islamic parties such as the Muslim Brotherhood’s unfinished party, the "Union for Freedom" Party, and the would-be al-Wasat Party. The author relates this recent phenomenon to the sweeping victory of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey. He criticizes...
Mr. Feije Duim of the Dutch organization Kerkinactie visits AWR. Continuing heated discussions on conversions in Egyptian media. AḤmad al-Si‘dāwī describes the recent phenomenon of Coptic demonstrations.
The article discusses the political failure of the banned Muslim Brotherhood that tends to raise less important issues merely to gain media fame rather than any real political presence in society.
The article discusses the platform of the long-awaited Muslim Brotherhood party. When Dr. ‘Abd al-Mu‘tī Bayyūmī rejects the idea of establishing the Islamic Ummah, Sāmiḥ Fawzī refers to their trend to turn the basis of the political process from patriotic into sectarian.
The article discusses the establishment of a new political party: ‘The Democratic Front Party.’ It represents the opinions of different politicians on the possibility of the party participating in the Egyptian political scene.
Sectarian sedition was about to erupt in Upper Egypt following a dispute between two farmers.


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