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by: By Dana El Baltaji and Ahmed A Namatalla 2010-10-11
Egypt, home to the Arab world’s largest Muslim population, will issue its first Islamic debt guidelines in 2011 to catch up with the Persian Gulf and Southeast Asia and help spur sales...

by: By Daniel Williams and Holger Elfes 2010-3-7
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is in a “satisfactory” condition after surgeons removed his gallbladder without complications, the physician who led the operating team and Egypt’s health minister said...

by: James Rupert 2008-11-5
Obama’s race, Islamic family roots and promise of change give him an opening to blunt militancy rooted in decades of white colonial rule and sharpened by the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq. Exploiting that chance won’t be simple, given that the Democratic senator from Illinois isn’t a Muslim, pledged to continue strongly supporting Israel and refused to rule out pursuing extremists in Pakistan. ..

by: Daniel Williams 2008-7-9
For five years, Nader Gohar’s satellite-television service transmitted images that dominated Egyptian news: police crackdowns, political struggles and popular unrest. Now, he’s become a story himself. ..

by: Daniel Williams 2008-1-13
Saida Akremi, a Tunisian lawyer, specializes in human rights -- including the right to wear the Muslim headscarf that her country’s late founder called an ``odious rag..

by: Daniel Williams 2007-12-2
The editors of four newspapers were sentenced to year-long prison sentences in Egypt. Their crime: reporting that President Hosni Mubarak was grooming his son to succeed him, which the government called ``false information.’’..

by: Daniel Williams 2007-8-15
The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest opposition force, has suspended its bid for legalization as a political party following mass arrests of its members, Brotherhood officials say. ..

2007-4-26
Mahmoud Abdel Latif, who was appointed chairman of Egypt’s Bank of Alexandria SAE in September 2002, says he knew as soon as he walked in the door of the main branch that he had a big job ahead..