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Hamdī Rizq discusses the issue of the finance of the Muslim Brotherhood, believing that their unclear activities raise questions about the credibility of their religious slogans.
The article is an interview with Saad Eddin Ibrahim over the news that the US has allocated to his Ibn Khaldoun Center $2 million, cut from the American aid to Egypt and his recent visit to the US. He also commented on the latest speech of the American president, especially his words about...
After reviewing a research prepared by Dr. Muhammad Emara on Dr. Nasr Abu Zeid´s book “Discourse and Interpretation,” The Islamic Research Institute recommended banning the circulation of the book. Emara´s research was credited by the members of the institute, the foremost of whom is the Sheikh of...
The article is an interview with Coptic Orthodox Pope Shenouda III. He comments on the relation between the church and the state, opposition within the church, divorce among Copts, homosexuality, his relations with former president Sadāt and his relation with Archpriest Mattá al-Maskīn [Yūsuf...
In al-Musawwar magazine’sinterview with the grand Shaykh of the Azhar, Sayyid Muhammad Ṭanṭāwī, Shaykh Ṭanṭāwī expressed his opinion and attitude on all the issues on the Arab and Islamic scenes.
Letters containing the Muslim Brotherhood’s Irshād [Guidance] office’s instructions for voting in the presidential election have been secretly circulated.
The Cairo administrative courts’ report has paved the way for the Wasat party [center party] to get its license from the Parties Committee. The report raised many doubts about the party and its founding representative, Abu al-cIla Madī.
Hamdī Rizq praises Coptic thinker Jamāl As‘ad ‘Abd al-Malāk for his generosity, good manners and patriotism. Rizq believes that ‘Abd al-Malāk does not deserve to come under fire by those who accuse him of siding with the government against Copts and the church.
Different aspects of the Muslim Brotherhood’s success in the recent parliamentary elections are discussed including Mīlād Hannā’s concerns that Copts will become "second-class citizens” if the Brotherhood’s come into power.
Brotherhood Parliamentary members want to discuss the budget allocated to the Azhar and the educational syllabuses taught in the Azhar University. On the grounds that the Grand Imam cannot be asked, they will question Dr. Atif Ebeid about omitting Jihad verses from the educational syllabuses of the...

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