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Dr. 'Abd Allah Husaynī, the Minister of Awqāf, says that many extremist movements appeared after January the January 25 revolution due to the misunderstanding of the meaning of freedom. “This doesn't mean that those extremists are a majority. They are only a minority and are rejected by many people...
The article of ‘Abd al-Rahīm ‘Alī covers the Muslim Brotherhood’s absolute defeat in the 2010 parliamentary elections. ‘Abd al-Rahīm ‘Alī claims that the group, which had predicted its electoral defeat, tried to come up with excuses in beforehand, pointing out fraud and the political ban on the...
Umniyyah ‘Ādil interviews Egypt’s Minister of Endowments Dr. Mahmūd Hamdī Zaqzūq about the rising sectarian tension between Muslims and Copts in Egypt. Zaqzūq expresses his doubts in al-fitnah al-tā’ifīyah, describing them as every day disputes between Egyptians. He blames the media for covering...
Diana Māhir Ghālī reviews this weekend's opinion articles dealing with the Alexandria church attack...  
Headline: September 11 is an American conspiracy, says Shaykh ‘Abd al-Majīd al-Zindānī Source: Al-Ahrām al-‘Arabī Page: 24-25Author: Ilhāmī al-MalījīKeywords: Shaykh ----------------------------- Headline: In 2011...Copts expecting increase in sectarian fitnah and clashes between church and country...
Usāmah al-Dalīl writes that anti-Semitism and al-Qā‘idah are both expressions that trigger terrorism, adding that anti-Semitism is against Israel, while al-Qā‘idah is against Arabs and Muslims. Dr. Matthew Goodwin of England's Nottingham University sees a growing anti-Islamic trend because Europe...
In part two of his interview, Progressive National Unionist Party leader Rif‘at al-Sa‘īd talks about the effect of Western capitalism on the Egyptian left. He also comments on the funding of NGO's who work with issues covered by political parties, such as his. He says that these NGO's tend to deal...
This article focuses on the conference held in the Alexandria Bibliotheca on the relations between the United States and the Islamic countries.
A new phenomenon is widely spreading among football players throughout the Arab world called “athletic religiousness” where the players practice religious rituals before and during the matches. Two of the most prominent examples are the Egyptian and Moroccan teams.   
‘Abd al-Rahīm ‘Alī, expert of Islamic movements affairs, writes about the war of the Muslim Brotherhood on arts.

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