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Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate an underdog in Egypt

Others | 17 May 2012
CAIRO — Had Egypt’s post-revolutionary political winds held steady, Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood’s presidential candidate, would have been coasting to victory in this month’s election. .. More

El Baradei: Arabs are feeling sad about Egypt

Others | 17 May 2012
Dr. Mohamed El Baradei, the founder of the Constitution Party wrote a statement on his account on Twitter after returning from Beirut where he had attended the Arab Economic Forum. He said: Arabs are feeling sad about Egypt, and they agree that Egypt is the key for developing the Arab nation. .. More

Ghoneim denounces the announcements of Abul Fotouh

Others | 17 May 2012
Wagdy Ghoneim, the Islamic preacher in an audio record entitled “Dr. Abul Fotouh, What’s next?" denounced the announcements of Abul Fotouh that he will use the help of any honorable Egyptian even Field Marshal Tantawi. .. More

Freedom and Justice Party sponsors medical convoys for female circumcision

Amany Moussa | 17 May 2012
However Freedom and Justice Party had denied sponsoring medical convoys in Upper Egypt for female circumcision, a document was found that proved the opposite as they advertised these medical convoys. .. More

Hazem Shoman to Abul Fotouh and Mursi:We are after the authorities!

Amany Moussa | 17 May 2012
Salafi preacher Hazem Shoman advised Mohammed Mursi, and Abdul Moniem Abul Fotouh to forget about their arguments for the good of Islamists as they are after the authorities. .. More

Beni Suef: Shafik’s posters are removed

Others | 16 May 2012
Posters and banners of Ahmed Shafik, the presidential candidate, are removed and torn to pieces all over the governorate of Beni Suef by unknown people. .. More

A briefing for the parliament on using worship houses in election campaigns

Others | 16 May 2012
Dr. Amr Hamzawy, Member of Parliament has presented an urgent briefing for Dr. Muhammad Saad al-Katatni, parliament speaker, against using the houses of worship in the election campaigns of some candidates in the presidential election. .. More

El Koussy: I wish Article II of the constitution to be repealed!

Others | 16 May 2012
Dr. Sheik. Osama El Koussy, a salafist preacher, said that Egyptian society is facing a crisis of ignorance. He added he doesn’t support the political currents of Salafis or Muslim Brotherhood. .. More

The Parliament refuses the world bank loan; El Baradie: This is nonsense!

Others | 16 May 2012
Dr. Mohamed El Baradie, former director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) denounced the controversy in the Parliament about refusing the loan of World Bank for its usury as it is against the Islamic laws. He said: This is nonsense! .. More

Hilary Clinton admits that US created and funded Al-Qaeda

Others | 16 May 2012
In this video, Hilary Clinton admits that the US government created and funded Al-Qaeda in order to fight the soviet union, and now America is fighting Al-Qaeda... More

Hussein Yacoub demands the Sharia be applied to all humans

Others | 15 May 2012
In a sermon entitled "Why are we deprived of sheik Hazem Salah Abu Ismail?" in al-Tawhid mosque in Mansoura, sheik Mohammed Hussein Yacoub said that many people are ashamed of applying the Sharia, and he is so sad for the exclusion of Abu Ismail, the man who is not embarrassed of the Sharia. .. More

Wagdy Ghoneim: female circumcision is a plastic surgery which Islam supports

Others | 15 May 2012
Many Facebook users have shared a video for sheik Wagdy Ghoneim in which he encourages the female circumcision. He started by assuring that Egypt is a secular country that works against Islam. .. More

Registration committee back to work, and important meeting for Holy Synod

Others | 15 May 2012
The Commission of registering voters in the papal elections resumes its work today. Furthermore, it discusses the chances to register the voters in the Diaspora. .. More

Tarek Heggy: If I were the president, I would appoint a woman as vice-president

Others | 15 May 2012
Dr. Tarek Heggy, the liberal thinker said in his interview with Motaz al-Demerdash on al-Hayat private TV: there is no problem in electing a young man to be the president, however our bureaucracy will hinder him. .. More

Minya: "I’m liberal" campaign replaces the Islamic campaigns

Others | 14 May 2012
A group of young people in Minya have formed the liberal Youth Union aiming at spreading the liberalism in Minya and changing the stereotypes of liberals spread by the Islamic current. .. More

Ahmed Shafik to the Coptic Diaspora: Law will be applied with no discrimination

Others | 14 May 2012
Ahmed Shafik, the presidential candidate has Published a message on Youtube for the Egyptians abroad, and especially the Copts... More

Khalid Ali to MB: you should reveal your finances

Amany Moussa | 14 May 2012
Khalid Ali, the presidential candidate asked the leaders of Muslim Brotherhood to reveal their finances. He added in an interview on al-Nahar private television with Mahmoud Saad that it is no more acceptable after the revolution to avoid mentioning the finances of the group, as it is no longer a prohibited group and it now has a political party... More

May 19: last day for receiving nominations for the papacy

Others | 14 May 2012
Edward Ghalib, Member of the committee supervising the papal elections said the committee has decided that the last day for receiving nominations for the papacy is Saturday, May 19... More

Abul Fotouh: A Muslim can convert to Christianity, but we will kill him!

Amany Moussa | 14 May 2012
Dr. Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh, the presidential candidate in an interview with Mona al-Shazly on Dream private TV on April 28, 2012 talked about the freedom of belief, and refused to kill the apostate according to the Islamic Sharia. He mentioned a verse of Quran that gives everyone the choice to believe or not. .. More

Coptic Christians fear rise of Islamists on eve of presidential elections

Others | 13 May 2012
CAIRO — A year after an attack by ultraconservative Muslims raised the spectre of a wave of religious strife in Egypt, the Christian churches in Cairo’s Imbaba district have been repaired, with sturdy wooden rafters, fresh paint and portraits of the Virgin Mary and Jesus ready to be hung anew. But the deep wounds from those attacks and ensuing clashes, which left 12 dead, cannot be painted over. .. More

We’re watching you: a campaign to supervise the presidential elections

Amany Moussa | 11 May 2012
A campaign has been launched by a number of young people to supervise the presidential elections to come which is entitled “We’re watching you”... More