List of persons names (and their functions) used in AWR-Articles

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Name Function
ʿĀdil ʿAfīfī

General of al-Aṣāla Party

ʿĀdil ʿAjīb
ʿĀdil ʿAlī Labīb (General)

Governor of Alexandria (Since 2006); Beheira (2006) and Qena (1999-2006)

ʿĀdil ʿĪd (Mr.)

Member of the Egyptian People’s Assembly; Representative from Alexandria; Lawyer

ʿĀdil ʿIṣmat

Writer and political analyst in many newspapers and magazines; Chairman of the Wafd Youth Committee in al-Sharqia

ʿĀdil ʿAsalīyya
ʿĀdlī Abādīr Yūsuf (Eng.)

Coptic Activist; Businessman; Author

ʿAdlī Fāyid
ʿĀdlī Ḥussayn (Counselor)

Governor of Qalyubiya (Since 1999)

ʿĀdlī Manṣūr (President)

Adly Mansour President of Egypt  (from 4 July 2013 to 8 June 2014) following the 2013 Egyptian coup d'état by the military which deposed President Mohamed Morsi.

ʿAdlī Shākir

ʿadlī Shākir killed his whole family in Beni-Suef ( Its a well-known case in Beni-Suef) 

ʿAdlī ʿAzīz‎, (Bishop)
ʿAdnān Badrān

A Jordanian scientist and politician. He was the Prime Minister of Jordan from April 2005 to November 2005

ʿAfāf al-Najjār (Dr.)
ʿAfāf Badrān (Dr.)

members of the Egyptian Moral Re-Armament Association (EMRA)

ʿAfāf Shuʿayb

veiled Egyptian actress who, in the climate of the “Islamic awakening"

ʿĀiʾsha al-Shāṭir

daughter of the Brotherhood leade al-Shātir

ʿĀiʾsha bint Abī Bakr (Sayyida)

Wife of Prophet Muḥammad

ʿĀiʾsha Qāssim al-Ḥaddād [Aisha Essam el-Haddad]

writer of "From Islamophobia to Islamistophobia: “Framing Islamic Movements in Egyptian Newspapers after the January 25th Revolution.”


ʿĀiʾsha ʿAbd al-Hādī (Ms.)

Egyptian Minister of Manpower and Immigration; Member of General Federation of Labor Women Affairs and Child, the Secretariat of the NDP, Shura Council; Chairman of the Complaints Committee of the National Council of Wages

ʿAlāʾ al-Ḍabʿa


ʿAlāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-ʿAzāiʾm [Alaa al-Din Abu al-Aza'im] (Shaykh)

Head of the International Sufī Union

ʿAlāʾ al-Dīn Muḥammad
ʿAlāʾ al-Jamal

Author; Journalist

ʿAlāʾ al-Kākhī [Alaa al-Kakhy]

co-owner and director of the Egyptian TV-channel Al-Nahar

ʿAlāʾ Ḥāmid

Egyptian writer whose novels "A Room in a Man's Mind" and "The Bed" caused him a prison sentence after being charged with insulting islam and disregarding "public morals".   

ʿAlāʾ Ḥamza

Author; Journalist

ʿAlāʾ Ḥassanayn

ʿAlā Hassānayn  is a former member of the Egyptian parliament

ʿAlāʾ Maṭṭar

Author; Journalist

ʿAlāʾ Mubārak (Alaa Mubarak)
ʿAlāʾ Muḥyi al-Dīn (Dr.)

Official spokesperson of Al jamaa Al islamiyya  

ʿAlāʾ Mūsā (Egyptian Ambassador to Iraq)
ʿAlāʾ Qandīl (Colonel)

He was killed in the attack on the police car in Minya 1998

ʿAlāʾ Qāʿūd


ʿAlāʾ Riyāḍ


ʿAlāʾ Ṣādiq

Journalist and TV Presenter and Muslim Brotherhood supporter

ʿAlāʾ Salīm [Al-Ḍamīr Association for Human Rights] (Egypt)
ʿAlāʾ Shalabī

the director of the Arab organization for Human Rights

ʿAlāʾ Shitā

He is understood to be a leader in the Jihād Group, as in this link:


ʿAlāʾ Ṭāyiʿ ‎

coordinator of Āl al-Bayt and al-Ṣaḥābah Alliance ‎(Egypt)

ʿAlāʾ ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ [Alaa Abdal Fattah]

Egyptian, in prison for breaking the Anti-Protest Law

ʿAlāʾ ʿAbd al-Khāliq
ʿAlāʾ ʿAbd al-Munʿim (Politician)
ʿAlāʾ ʿAbd al-Tawāb
ʿAlāʾ ʿAzmī

Author; Journalist

ʿAlāʾ ʿUraybī


ʿAlī Abū al-Khayr
ʿAlī al-Fātiḥ

Author; Journalist for al-cArabī newspaper

ʿAlī al-Ḥussaynī al-Sīstānī (Grand Ayatollah)

Iranian-born Shīcah cleric in Iraq

ʿAlī al-Qammāsh


ʿAlī al-Qarahdāghī (Prof.)

Secretary General of the World Union of Muslim Scholars

ʿAlī al-Sammān (Dr.)

Chairman of the Commission on Interfaith Dialogue in the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs in Egypt; Author; Former deputy chariman of the Azhar committee for dialogue with monotheistic religions


ʿAlī al-Sharīf (Shaykh)

Leading Figure of Al-Gamacat Al-Islamīya

ʿAlī al-Silmī (Dr.)

Egyptian Deputy Prime Minister, member of the Wafd-party

ʿAlī al-Sulāmī
ʿAlī Allāh al-Jamāl (Dr.)

Imam and preacher at Sayyida Zaynab Mosque

ʿAlī Badr


ʿAlī Bāshā Mubārak

One of the most influential of Egypt's reformers; contributed to the start of the Egyptian National Library and Archives; founding Egypt's modern educational system; Egyptian public works and education minister (1823-1893)

ʿAlī Fahmī (Dr.)


ʿAlī Fatḥ al-Bāb (Mr.)

Member of the People’s Assembly, affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood

ʿAlī ibn Abī Ṭālib (Caliph)

Cousin and son-in-law of the Islamic prophet Muḥammad; the fourth and final of the Rashidun Caliphs

ʿAlī Jabir ʿAlī (Shaykh)
ʿAlī Jumʿa [Ali Gomaa] (Grand Mufti of Egypt)
ʿAlī Khafājī [Ali Khafagy]
ʿAlī Laban (Mr.)

Member of the People’s Assembly,belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood; member of the Education Committee

ʿAlī Māhir (Mr.)

Director of the Institute of Peace Studies at Bibliotheca Alexandria; Former Egyptian Ambassador to France, Tunisia

ʿAlī Maḥmūd (Shaykh)
ʿAlī Miṣilḥī [Minister of Supply]
ʿAlī Raḍwān (Dr.)
ʿAlī Sālim

Egyptian writer and playwright

ʿAlī Yāsīn (Journalist - Egypt)
ʿAlī ʿAbd al- al-Rāziq al-Kāmil
ʿAlī ʿAbd al-Bāqī (Shaykh)
ʿAlī ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ (Eng.)

Engineer, former representative of the Muslim Brotherhood in Alexandria

ʿAlī ʿAbd al-Raḥmān Yūsuf (Dr.)

President of Cairo University (Since 2004)

ʿAlī ʿAbd Allāh Ṣāliḥ (President of Yemen)

President of the Yemen Arab Republic (Since 1990)

ʿAlī ʿAshmāwī


ʿAlī ʿUthmān Ṭaha

He is the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sudan (1995-1998)

ʿAlī‎ Abū al-Ḥassan (Shaykh)

Secretary general of the Dacwá Association at the Azhar and former head of the Fatwá Committee; Author

ʿAlī‎ Abū Shādī

Head of the Egyptian Censorship

ʿAlī‎ Akbar Ṣālaḥī [Ali Akbar Salehi]

Iranian Foreign Minister

ʿAlī‎ al-Dīn Hilāl (Dr.)

Professor of Political Science at Cairo University; Member of the General Secretariat of the NDP; Member of Shūrá Council; Minister of Youth (1999-2004); Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Political Science (1993-1999)

ʿAmār ʿAlī Ḥassan (Prof.)
ʿĀmir ʿĀshūr

Egyptian police officer reportedly opened fire on a train in the southern province of Minya, killing one Christian and injuring 5 others, Egyptian newspapers mostly emphasized that the assailant was allegedly mentally unstable and that his motives were not religiously motivated.

ʿAmr Abū al-Faḍl


ʿAmr Adīb [Amr Adeeb]

Egyptian Broadcaster and presenter

ʿAmr Aḥmad Sharīf al-Maṣrī


ʿAmr al-Bayātī

head of the Liberal Muslim Initiative of Austria (LMIA)

ʿAmr al-Maṣrī

Author; Translator for AWR

ʿAmr al-Najdī
ʿAmr al-Shawādafī

He was appointed president of the  National Centre for Planning State Land Uses (CPSLU) on May 16 2004

ʿAmr Asʿad Khalīl (Dr.)

Egyptian business consultant and trainer, specializing in marketing and media issues

ʿAmr Bādī [Amr Badi]

Son of Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood Mohammed Badie who was killed outside the Fattah Mosque on the ‘Day of Rage,’ August 16, 2013. He became 38 years old

ʿAmr Badr


ʿAmr Bayyūmī


ʿAmr Dalhās
ʿAmr Darrāj (Dr.) [Amr Darrag]

Member of the Political Committee of the Muslim Brotherhood, 2002-2006, Chairman of the Constitutional Drafting Committee; 2012 Chairman Foreign Relations Committee of the Freedom and Justice Party, July 12, 2012 - July 16, 2013;Minister of Planning and International Cooperation, May 7 – July 4, 2013

ʿAmr Fārūq


ʿAmr Gharbīyya


ʿAmr Ibn al-ʿĀṣ (Governor)

Governor of Egypt (642-644), (657-664); military commander; leader of the Muslim conquest of Egypt in 640; One of the Ṣaḥabah