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In more Egyptian news, the Arabist cites an interesting piece on the Muslim Brotherhood who removed a ban from their platform for both Copts and Women to be president in Egypt. The Arabist writes, “this is being held as a victory for “reformists”. This is good (notwithstanding that most believe Egyptians would never elect a Copt or woman), and they are also reiterating that any Ulema Council would be under Azhar and issue non-binding opinions”
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In more Egyptian news, the Arabist cites an interesting piece on the Muslim Brotherhood who removed a ban from their platform for both Copts and Women to be president in Egypt. The Arabist writes, “this is being held as a victory for “reformists”. This is good (notwithstanding that most believe Egyptians would never elect a Copt or woman), and they are also reiterating that any Ulema Council would be under Azhar and issue non-binding opinions”

You can find a full article on the change in Arabic here in Egyptian daily newspaper, al-Shorouk.


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