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Charles Fuʾād al-Miṣrī interviews ʿĀdlī Abādīr Yūsuf (Eng.) and discuss Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt.
The author discusses the identity of the alleged successor of Abu Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī, the former leader of al-Qā‘ida in Iraq, amidst conflicting information provided by US and Egyptian security agencies on this score.
Although Arabs have reneged on their responsibilities towards Palestinians, Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif says that the Muslim Brotherhood will keep on supporting them.
Since Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif took over as murshid [guide] of Egypt’s outlawed Muslim Brotherhood in 2004, the group has seemed more politicized than ever. The group has participated, directly or indirectly, in the political actions and dialogue, played its part in the reform process, and expressed...
Bibliotheca Alexandrina declared that it has withdrawn a copy of the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” which Jewish bodies consider as anti-Semitic, from the showcase of strange and rare books. Bibliotheca Alexandrina has also withdrawn five other books by Egyptian writers, mainly translations of...
The only British Muslim representative in Birmingham launched a sever attack on the Hizb Al-Tahrir Al-Islami. He said that the tendencies and the ideologies of the party do not differ from those of extremist right-wing groups in Britain.
Human Rights Watch reported that there is an Egyptian official security campaign to crackdown on legitimate refugees who carry identification cards issued by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Egyptian authorities denied that and defended its record in human rights and tolerance...
The authors said that the British Foreign Office has declined to comment on a leaked report about alleged contacts between British officials and Egyptian members of parliament belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood. The Brotherhood has denied these allegations.
Uncommon in Egyptian press, al-Dustour publishes excerpts of the Human Rights Watch report on Egypt, 2005, revealing many problems in Egypt.
On the 52nd anniversary of the 1954 proclamation dissolving the Muslim Brotherhood, Khālid Mahmoud Ramadān writes that the clear political platform of Egypt’s largest opposition group has secured it an unprecedented 88 seats in parliament.


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