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The unbelievable amount of lawsuits and appeals filed or lodged against the Egyptian president and the government would ensure that it would not be an exaggeration to say that Egypt as a whole is in court.
Muslim Brotherhood’s First Deputy, Dr. Muhammad Habîb, stormed out of the media conference held at the Irshād [Guidance] office last Wednesday after Dr. Nu‘mān Jumca evaded many questions about his stance on the establishment of a Muslim Brotherhood political party.
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The committee supervising the presidential election - the first of its kind since the regime took over in Egypt on July 23, 1952 – has announced that they will start receiving applications for nominations for the presidential post on July 24.
The following presents an interview with Tarek Heggy at the Center for Intercultural Dialogue and Translation. Drs. Cornelis Hulsman and staff members discuss sensitive issues throughout the Arab world.
Articles in this week?s papers about the Muslim Brotherhood discuss four issues: the detention of 18 of its members, its role as a source of terrorism in Egypt, the future possibility of its participation in political life, and its activities in the Bar Association.
National pride has led Egypt to strongly criticize the American decision to freeze additional foreign aid to Egypt in protest of the prosecution of human rights activist Saad Eddin Ibrahim. Observers believe the decision is an effort to influence Egyptian policies.
The long political history of the Muslim Brotherhood group shows that they have never changed their strategy and their view of the other [religion]. Their current backing for a Coptic candidate, in the elections, is a tactical move aimed at overcoming their racist public image, although the Copts...
Watani International interviews Mounir Fakhry Abdel-Nour, the Secretary-General of the Wafd Party, and discusses with him the Party’s future plans, its strategies to engage the Egyptian public and for the upcoming elections and political reform in general.
In the framework of the ongoing dialogue between the ruling National Democratic Party and the opposition, Al-Wafd Party criticized the Muslim Brotherhood, describing it as a violent group that stands in the way of political reform. The Wafd Party supports eliminating the Brotherhood from the...


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