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by: Ceylan Ozbudak 2013-6-29
“Be careful what you set your heart upon - for it will surely be yours.” These words James Baldwin wrote in 1961, concerned a man who was skeptical of his recent gain, and thought surely it must be a curse instead of a blessing. These days, you can easily fit all of the Egyptians who are worried about too much bliss into one Cairo coffee shop. Actually, you can probably fit them all into one cup...

by: Ammar Ali Hassan 2010-12-12
A mere cursory numerical scan of the parliamentary election results could be misleading when it comes to determining the winners or losers and to identifying the contours of political life in the coming years...

by: Manal Abdul Aziz 2010-12-30
It is the weakness of the State and its neglect of the law, which has started to be reflected in the behaviour of the public, Muslims and Copts alike...

by: Khalil al-Anani 2010-12-30
The Muslim Brotherhood's decision to take part in the upcoming People's Assembly elections comes as no surprise...

2010-10-27
The next month’s Egyptian legislative elections continue to be the focus of attention in policy debates in the US capital. Last week, a panel of Egyptian and American experts convened in Washington, D.C. to lead a discussion on the upcoming vote in Egypt...

by: Mohammad Salah 2010-10-19
The ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) in Egypt is busy with its internal elections to select its candidates to the People’s Assembly elections scheduled at the end of next month, while opposition forces are busy settling scores among themselves...

by: Rami G. Khouri 2010-10-9
When former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) get together, you know that something slightly frightening will happen...

by: Jihad el-Khazen 2010-9-29
I continue with the falsification of history and with what the Likudniks write about Granada, wherein they deny the tolerance of Islam and deny what they claim to be a distortion of Judeo-Christian heritage...

2010-8-18
Egypt’s most popular Ramadan television series, al-Jama’a, (The Group) has created a controversial hype over its ‘propaganda’ portrayal of the country’s opposition, the UAE-based newspaper The National reports...

by: Amr Hamzawy 2010-5-9
Several days ago, Nathan Brown, a political science professor at George Washington University, and I completed the manuscript for a book that will be published soon by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace...

by: Mohammad Salah 2010-2-17
Are there any red lines in the relationship between the Egyptian State and the Muslim Brotherhood group? Reality shows that the Islamist group is not proscribed from staging demonstrations, participating in protests or running in the elections, or in what ensues in contacting the public, organizing marches and printing and distributing advertisements and hanging posters...

2009-10-11
A group of MPs and an Islamist lawyer waged an unprecedented legal battle against one of Egypt's top Imams on Saturday after he issued a ban on women wearing the burka, or face veil, at any schools affiliated to al-Azhar, the world's top Sunni Islam institution...

2009-9-19
Egypt's controversial candidate for UNESCO director general failed to win an absolute majority in a ballot of world envoys on Friday, with the vote now set to head to a third round, a spokesman said...

by: Ibrahim El Houdaiby 2009-7-8
Trying to support Sarkozy’s decision by arguing that niqab is not a religious obligation is absurd, and beside the point. Women in France being allowed to wear niqab if they choose to has very little to do with France’s respect of Islamic law. It has much more to do with the French government’s respect of minority rights, and of the basic human rights of the few Muslim women choosing to wear niqab in the country...

by: Sara Khorshid 2009-6-22
" That masses are rallying to support him don’t necessarily mean he is the truly popular Iranian leader whose rights have been infringed upon by the incumbent president Ahmadinejad and the conservatives of Iran " Now Western media is furious over clashes between Iranian police and protesters — given that the Iranian authorities had already warned against demonstrating against the election results. Police clashes with protesters everywhere in the world — including in numerous anti-U...

by: AbdulRahman Mansour 2009-5-30
The ample achievements the Muslim Brotherhood has made in Egypt’s parliamentary elections, urges you Mr. President to open genuine communication channels with the Islamic movements in the region, especially Hamas, which won the elections in Palestine in 2006. Overcoming many obstacles in order to reach a common vision with the Islamic movements in the Middle East is the way to mapping out the future of American Middle East relations...

by: Mohammad Salah 2008-8-24
Fire was devouring the historical building of Egypt’s Shura Council when a parliamentary official appeared on television, behind the lights and in front of the cameras, standing between the firemen, to announce that "the fire is under control." The building continued to burn for hours after this, until the fire spread to its three floors, leaving the building without floors, rooms or halls...

by: Hassan Nafaa 2008-8-24
Dear Mr President, I am aware that the presidential campaign is not over and that surprises are to be expected, but I have no doubt that, all things being equal, you will be the future president of the United States of America. My reasons for saying so are many, and I do not need to go into them in detail here, as I did just that in an article entitled, "What if?" which ran in this same space right after Hillary Clinton bowed out of the race. Suffice it to say that I believe that th..

by: Ayman El-Amir 2008-8-5
After years of hiding in broad daylight, self-styled Bosnian-Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has been captured and will soon stand trial before The Hague International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia charged with crimes against humanity. ..

by: Khalil El-Anani 2008-5-23
If Hassan Al-Banna, who founded the Muslim Brotherhood 80 years ago, were alive now, he would have issued a decision to force many of the old leaders in the group into retirement and give them the Medal of Honor for their efforts and dedication to the service of the da’wa (call to Islam) and the group for more than 70 years...

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