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by: Mohammad Salah 2010-9-28
It seems that the call by some members of the Egyptian opposition for boycotting the People’s Assembly elections, scheduled at the end of next November, will be met only by those who have called for it...

by: Mohammad Salah 2010-8-27
A television series can cause uproar, raise a debate or start a dispute that would require the intervention of courts of law to be settled...

by: Mohammad Salah 2010-1-27
The last day of the current month is the legal deadline for Egyptian citizens to register in voters’ lists, and the Interior Ministry will announce the numbers of those who have made sure to register their names, knowing that the country is headed towards three months of midterm elections to renew the Shura Council, followed about six months later by competition over the seats of the People’s Council...

by: Mohammad Salah 2010-1-8
In a few hours of now, the Muslim Brotherhood will announce the name of its new guide,..

by: Abdullah Iskandar 2009-12-8
In Egypt, from time to time, the names of public figures are put forth as independent candidates in the coming presidential elections...

by: Abdullah Iskandar 2009-10-22
The Egyptian efforts to achieve reconciliation between the Palestinian National Authority (along with the Fatah movement) and Hamas have reached their natural conclusion...

by: Mohammad Salah 2008-9-15
Regardless of the verdict which will be issued by the Egyptian Criminal Court in the case of the murder of Lebanese singer Suzanne Tamim, in which former police officer Muhsen Al-Sukkari is charged with executing the murder, and businessman Hisham ..

by: Mohammad Salah 2008-9-1
It is no longer novel news to hear that a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, an activist, a leader, or even a historical figure has been forbidden from leaving the country by an administrative decision, and without a judicial ruling. Nearly not a month goes by without seeing the Brotherhood’s media apparatus moving in every direction, distributing such information to the media at large. Whether the person in question is a college student or professor, a legal activist or prominent union..

by: Mohammed Salah 2008-8-13
It was not the first time and it will not be the ?ast. Egyptian officials have ap?arently become practiced in dea?ing with statements by successi?e US ambassadors. These stateme?ts contain criticisms of the go?ernment performance, of a judic?al verdict, or official ..

by: Mohammed Salah 2008-8-13
Once again, an incident occurs and dominates everything having to do with the world of "politics," proving that the concerns of the average Arab when it comes to politics are no longer at the levels they were a few years ago. If one browses through web ..

by: Hassan Haidar 2008-8-5
After a certain period of time, residents in European states are offered citizenship and full citizenship rights regardless of their color, ethnicity, religion, or political affiliation, and only as long as they are not accused of terrorism or organized crime or charged with violating public laws. During the waiting period for the citizenship, the resident and his family enjoy all services provided to natives, such as education, healthcare and others. ..

by: Amr Hamzawi 2008-7-20
As usual, the demand of the International Criminal Court’s Luis Moreno-Ocampo of an arrest warrant for Sudanese president Omar Al-Bashir on charges of committing a genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in Darfur was met with the expected Arab rejection. ..

by: Mohamed Salah 2008-7-19
Egyptian-Iranian differences go beyond Egyptian anger over the film, "The Assassination of a Pharaoh." This explains why Egyptian officials are not convinced by Tehran’s announcement that it washed its hands of the film and that the Iranian regime is innocent of having produced it. ..

by: Mohamed Salah 2008-7-13
Egyptian-Iranian differences go beyond Egyptian anger over the film, "The Assassination of a Pharaoh." This explains why Egyptian officials are not convinced by Tehran’s announcement that it washed its hands of the film and that the Iranian regime is innocent of having produced it. ..

by: Abdullah Iskandar 2008-4-12
It would have been possible for a Cabinet re-shuffle in Egypt, which in any case is thought unlikely by observers in Cairo, to absorb some of the domestic problem, which has been made worse by the cost-of-living crisis and the predicament of local elections...

by: Mohamed Salah 2008-2-19
So far, the Islamic Ikhwan movement in Egypt has not announced whether it will participate in or boycott the local councils elections scheduled by President Husni Mubarak for April 8. Although the Ikhwan have historically adopted the principle of participation in each of the previous elections, recent political developments in Egypt over the past few months indicate a potential clash between the government and the Ikhwan if the latter decided to nominate their figures in those election..