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(Right) now all the political groups in Egypt conform to one main principle, which is to make sure that every part of society is represented in the constituent assembly that will draft the Egyptian constitution. There is no doubt that this principle is credible as long as it is implemented...
The article provides text of an interview with ‘Alī Zayn al-‘Ābidīn, regarding a rumor indicating the presence of a secret Muslim Brotherhood member running for the position of head of the Lawyers’ Syndicate.
The author calls for the launch of a translation movement into foreign languages that could respond to Western attacks on Islam.
This article deals with the relationship between the Qur’ān and the Sunnah, as well as the role of the Sunnah in Islamic theology. It sheds light on some movements that aim at destroying religion by calling to eliminate the use of the Sunnah.
The Inter Press Service news agency has issued a report on the recent sectarian incidents that Egypt has witnessed. The report says that the current episodic violent conflicts are the greatest threat the country has ever faced.
Before the recent Egyptian Bar Association elections, members of the Muslim Brotherhood thought that they had all the keys to lift whomever they wanted to zenith and bring opponents down to nadir. However, they failed their first real test. It has become evident for all that the Brotherhood is no...
The victory of the Muslim Brotherhood in the elections of the Bar Association revealed their increasing political influence in Egypt following their recent victory in the parliamentary elections. The Bar association elections revealed the ruling party’s crisis, as it failed to confront the Islamic...
The Brotherhood won 16 seats out of the 24 on the Bar Association’s board. Ragai Atteya, the government’s candidate, who they declared their support for, lost to the Nasserist’s candidate Samah Ashour, who won the Bar Association’s top post. Montasser al-Zayyat, the lawyer of the Gama’at al-...
The elections of the Bar Association were postponed until February 24 because the quorum required by law was not achieved. The Brotherhood declared its support for the government’s candidate for the Association’s top post, claiming that he was the best candidate. They also included the name of...
Rajā’ī ‘Atīyah criticizes the Egyptian educational system, in particular the ‘Thānawīyah ‘Ammah’ [final two years of secondary school followed by an exam], which he says is not capable of producing qualified graduates.

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