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by: Shahd Salah 2011-9-5
Actor Mohamed Sobhi praised Muslim Brotherhood's (MB) contributions to Egyptian soceity, and downplayed concerns of their potential election to power in Egypt...

by: Fatima Zidan 2011-7-20
Washington Post, reported that the ruling Military Council started to release signals that they want the army to continue to play key roles, namely to be the guarantor of the secular rule after the handover of power to the new Head of State...

by: Ahmed Zaki Osman 2010-11-19
Sobhi Saleh, a leading figure in the Muslim Brotherhood parliamentarian, is convinced the upcoming parliamentary elections are going to be a fierce competition in Alexandria because the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) has been actively seeking to curb the political influence of Brotherhood members there...

2010-11-17
Bushra al-Samny, the Muslim Brotherhood female candidate in Alexandria, is confident that she is going to win the woman quota seat in Alexandria in the 28 November parliamentary elections...

2010-11-13
I’m against the use of religious slogans in election campaigns and the inclusion of religion in partisan affairs...

by: Issandr El Amrani 2010-10-7
Political openings in Egypt over the last 30 years have come in waves. Swelling and then retreating, they have had little permanence...

by: Saif Nasrawi 2010-9-5
Egypt's most serious presidential challenger has accused President Hosni Mubarak's government of posting Facebook photos of his daughter in a swimsuit in an attempt to discredit him, a local newspaper reported on Saturday...

by: Issandr El Amrani 2010-9-2
I am spending this Ramadan outside of Egypt, in cooler climes. I suppose I should be grateful to have avoided both the blistering August heat and the power cuts that have plagued the country in the last few weeks...

by: Basant Zain-eddine 2010-9-2
By participating in direct peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) slated to begin Thursday, President Hosni Mubarak is seeking the continuation of US support for his presidency--or for the succession of his son Gamal to the top post...

by: Amr el-Shobaki 2010-8-30
The widely viewed TV drama Al-Gamaa, which follows the life of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan el-Banna, has sparked fierce controversy since it started airing at the beginning of Ramadan...

by: Magdi el-Gallad 2010-8-23
Congratulations to the Muslim Brotherhood on the success of the Ramadan television series Al-Gamaa (The Brotherhood)...

2010-8-10
The current state of political mobilization and intensifying protests and strikes in Egypt has created a fanciful impression that change is inevitably on the way. While some predicted the that Egyptian regime would pass limited amendments to the constitution in order to appease public opinion, others expected it to make underhanded deals with secular opposition parties to keep the Muslim Brotherhood at bay, and furnish an image of a pluralistic political system...

by: Pakinam Amer 2010-8-7
It seems Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood (MB) opposition movement is trying to coin a new term, “ikhwanophobia,” by launching a website of the same name mixing Islam-related news and commentary with original content promoting the ideology of one of the Arab world’s largest Islamist organizations...

2010-7-17
Al-Masry Al-Youm continues its exclusive publication of investigations into the death of Khaled Saeed, the Alexandrian who was allegedly killed by police on 8 June...

by: Zeinab Abul-Magd 2010-6-12
The Egyptian Shura Council elections, which ended their second round yesterday, are largely viewed as an insignificant political event..

2010-5-7
President Hosni Mubarak represents the axis of the Egyptian political system since he holds all the reins of power in his hands...

2010-4-30
British politician Lord David Owen spoke to a group of Egyptian journalists on Tuesday on the twin subjects of democracy and humanitarian intervention as part of a two-day workshop organized by the Heikal Foundation for Arab Journalism...

2010-4-28
In early June Egypt’s parliamentary elections will kick off with voting for the Shura Council, the consultative assembly...

by: Montasir el-Zayat 2010-4-22
Mohamed ElBaradei is a poised figure with a real presence on the political scene, but I don't think his opponents are aware of his value...

by: Hassan Nafaa 2010-4-22
It’s possible that running away from a confrontation might delay it for some time, but it can never resolve it. It’s also possible that avoiding a problem can exacerbate it and make it worse...

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