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by: Islam online, 2005-11-11

Muslim Brotherhood Second in Egypt’s Polls

 By Inas Abdul Aziz, IOL Correspondent

(IslamOnline.net) – Over 80 percent of seats in the first phase of Egypt’s parliamentary polls will have to wait till the run-off round, to be held Tuesday, November 15, with semi-official results showing the largest opposition block of Muslim Brotherhood (MB) coming second to the ruling Natio..

by: Islam online, 2005-11-11

The Moslem Brotherhood becomes the ’dark horse’ in the Egyptian elections, though it is considered by the government as ’a banned political movement’, after being deprived from the legal recognition in 1948. ..

by: Islam online, 2005-11-12

Egypt’s Opposition May Quit "Rigged" Elections
Egypt’s opposition coalition, which groups opposition parties and the Muslim Brotherhood, will consider during a meeting on Saturday, November 12, boycotting the two remaining phases of the country’s legislative elections, protesting the rigging of the first phase in favor of the ruling party.

"The National Front for Change will meet to..

by: Islam online, 2005-11-12

The MB Arranges Anti-ballot-rigging Protests
Islam online
By Ahmed Fathy

More than 3000 of the Moslem Brotherhood members arranged a massive demonstration, in front of a major mosque in Giza governorate. They protested what they termed ballot-rigging for the favor of the candidate of the National Democratic Party in Doky district, Amal Othman, against the Moslem Brotherhood nomin..

by: Islam online, 2005-11-15

Egyptian Election…the MB is Leading Other Parties

Islam online,
By Muhammad Arafa

The outcome of the first phase of the Egyptian parliamentary election aroused many critical points:

1-     The National Democratic Party is divided, not only among old and young members but also because of its relinquished members. Meanwhile, the Moslem Brotherhood co..

by: Islam online, 2005-11-15
Amid complaints of widespread irregularities and legal rulings annulling some results, Egyptians started voting Tuesday, November 15, in runoffs for the first phase of parliamentary elections in which the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is expected to continue its push against President Hosni Mubarak's ruling party...

by: Islam online, 2005-11-20

Egypt Arrests 200 Brotherhood Supporters Ahead of Vote
CAIRO, November 20, 2005 (IslamOnline.net & News Agencies) - Close to 300 supporters and activists of the opposition Muslim Brotherhood were arrested as the second phase of polling in Egypt’s parliamentary elections opened Sunday, November 20.
Around 100 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, which stunned the ruling Nati..

by: Islam online, 2005-11-22

NDP Loses Big to Muslim Brothers in 2nd Round

The transparent electoral boxes did not stop fraud and rigging claims.

By Hamdy Al Husseini, IOL Correspondent

CAIRO, November 22, 2005 (IslamOnline.net) – The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) emerged as the frontrunner in Egypt’s second round of general elections, grabbing 13 seats, out of a total 22 that were set..

by: Islam online, 2005-11-23
Because of thuggery attacks on vote overseeing judges during the first and the second stages of the Egyptian parliamentary poll, the Egyptian Judges’ Club demanded the Supreme Election Commission to use the armed forces to safeguard the polling centers and their judiciary presidents...

by: Islam online, 2005-11-23
While intimidation and wide-scale violence are making the headlines of Egypt’s hottest ever parliamentary elections, the state-owned media overage and performance in general reflected a deep state of chaos, "highly indicative" of the political atmosphere in the largest Arab country...