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Police propaganda newsletters recently announced the arrest of individuals accused of collecting foreign currency and trading in the informal market, following a steep increase in the US dollar exchange rate
The mosque was scheduled to host Salafist preacher Abdel Moneim Al-Shahat
We are concerned about liberals and former NDP members taking over the next parliament, says Borhami
By Mahmoud El-Sayed
For the Love of Egypt leads in 13 governorates, except Salafist-oriented Matruh
Salafi group’s political wing, the Al-Nour Party, still set to run in upcoming parliamentary elections
Instead, defiant residents have posted pictures of Morsi, describing him as “the legitimate president”.
Party spokesman says Al-Nour wishes to keep army articles in the new constitution as is
Meeting was to discuss closure of small, informal mosques says Al-Nour Party head
Abu Iyadh, whose real name is Seif Allah Ibn Hussein, is accused of organising numerous acts of violence and has been on the run since September, after an attack by Islamist protesters on the US embassy in September in which four of them died.
The facebook page of Tunisia’s interior ministry are published the photos of five Islamists wanted for the assassination of Chokri Belaid
Denounces calls for army intervention in political life, announces solidarity with Syrian revolution and bearded policemen
Abu Ismail said the coalition aims to protect the achievements of 25 January Revolution and the constitutional path
A number of social media sites belonging to Salafists and other Islamist groups have denounced the “Harlem Shake” as indecent.
“The killer has been identified and is being chased,” Larayedh told a news conference.
The mass rally was called to defend the right of Ennahda to continue at the head of the ruling coalition and oppose to form a government of technocrats.
Abdel Ghafour has allegedly resigned following a series of conflicts regarding Al-Nour Party’s internal elections
The circus is in town, people, and it is not leaving anytime soon. Sit back and enjoy the show.
High board relieves chairman of duties, he responds by sacking them
At a time when many liberals and seculars are rightly worried about the future of human rights in Egypt, the formation deepened those concerns
In today’s column review Morsy comes in for his usual dose of criticism from the pundits, as does Salafist Sheikh Wagdy Ghoneim. In terms of domestic politics, proportional electoral lists and the draft constitution are considered, while on the international front US funding of Egypt is examined. Amr Al-Shobaki The catastrophe of the proportional …
Anger over a film released in the US, reportedly offensive to Islam and Prophet Muhammad
Next time you read one on Salafis, read it with a grain of salt
Egyptian commentaries have explored an assortment of subjects. Many have continued to analyze the rising wave of political Islam, whereas others have addressed the challenges facing Egypt’s state media and the lack of interest in active political participation. Wael Kandil The legend of the last Minister of Media Al-Shorouk newspaper The status of Egypt’s …
Al-Nour Party raises political awareness as internal elections loom
Public pressure leads Libyan Interim Interior Minister to resign, following the recent attacks on Sufi religious sites
January 2011 created a new set of alliances between the three main political currents in Egypt: the Islamists, the leftists and the liberals. During the first 18 days of the revolution and all the way up to the constitutional referendum in March 2011, this alliance was active and sound. Since the March referendum, this alliance …
The race for parliamentary seats has started early
As the day of planned protests approaches, different political figures outline their views of the event
Salafists protest against cultural events deemed as ‘un-Islamic’
The appointment of Mohamed Yousri Ibrahim has been widely criticised by religious and political authorities.