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The author records religious trends participation in the political life of Egypt.
The final version of the Jihād introspection book was approved by the Azhar. The introspections will be annexed to the other two books of the ideologue of the Islamic groups, Imām ‘Abd al-‘Azīz, who apologized for all killings committed based on his previous books and stressed the importance of...
The lawyer for the Islamic groups, Muntasir al-Zayyāt, stirred up a new controversy when he announced that he will establish a political party that will include members of the Islamic groups who repented from the use of violence.
Muhammad Khalīl al-Ḥakāymah, former leading member of al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah, has issued a statement in which he calls on what he called al-Qā‘idah’s elements in Egypt to attack all Israeli and American targets in Egypt.
The articles talks about the release of 130 members of the Jihād Organization. Muntaṣir al-Zayyāt, lawyer of the Islamic groups, described the release of the Jihād prisoners as a “positive” step.
The article is based on a response made by the author, Muntasir al-Zayyāt, to an article authored by the liberal intellectual Tarek Heggy entitled, ‘Law Kuntu Qibtīya’ [If I Were a Copt]. Heggy believes that the state unjustly spends tax money, partially paid by Copts, and allocates it for building...
A statement from the Ministry of Interior said that Hasan Ra’fat Bashandī, who carried out the suicide bombing of Jawhar al-Qā’id Street in the al-Azhar area, was just a member of a four-man terrorist cell. That cell recruited and trained him and prepared the home-made explosive device used in the...
Transcribed by: Susan Richards-BensonThe following present a transcript of an interview with Tarek Heggy. Heggy discusses a number of issues, centered around his controversial article ‘If I were a Copt.’ He comments on current events in Egypt and the Arab world, and present his opinion on issues...
TheJihād Group officially declares their initiative to cease of the use of violence. While many of the Islamic groups approved of the initiative, many seem to complicate the issue.
In a message from detained leaders of the Jihād Group, they stress their beliefs that the regime-orchestrated initiative to cease violence is no more than an absurd ploy.

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