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by: (IslamOnline.net) 2005-11-25

Police Lead Intimidation in Egypt’s Polls: Report

 
Police watch the back of NDP thugs. (Reuters)

 
By Samer Elatrash, IOL Correspondent

 Egyptian security agents directed machete and club wielding gangs in attacks against voters and supporters of opposition candidates in the second round of the Egyptian parliamentary elections, IslamOnline.net can r..


by: (IslamOnline.net) 2005-11-25

Egyptian Judges Reveal Falsifying Results for NDP

 
Fiqi got only 8,606 votes, against his rival’s 24,611, but the NDP candidate won the "seat".

 
CAIRO, November 25, 2005 (IslamOnline.net) – Some 137 Egyptian judges have supported the written testimony of their fellow judge accusing authorities of "flagrant falsification" of election results, in favor of the rul..


by: (IslamOnline.net) 2005-12-1

Egyptian Polls Turn Deadly, Police Hinder Voting

 
By IOL Correspondents*

 The third and last round of Egypt’s legislative elections turned bloody Thursday, December 1, after security forces killed one citizen and wounded more than seventy others and blocked thousands of voters from casting their ballot, prompting judges supervising the process to threaten a walk-ou..


by: (IslamOnline.net) 2005-12-5

Muslim Brotherhood Poses No Threat to Arts: Omar Sharif

 
"This is a much ado about nothing. They (Muslim Brothers) are not against arts," Sharif told IOL.

 
By Hamdy AL Husseini, IOL Correspondent

  – World renowned Egyptian movie star Omar Sharif shrugged off concerns that the Muslim Brotherhood, which is making big gains in the current legislativ..


by: (IslamOnline.net) 2006-1-15

The Palestinian resistance group Hamas, expected to make major inroads in the Palestinian parliament in the January 25 polls, is open for negotiations with Israel.

"We’ll negotiate (with Israel) better than the others, who negotiated for 10 years and achieved nothing," Sheikh Mohammed Abu Tir, the number two on Hamas’s slate for legislative elections, told Israel’s Haaretz daily on Sund..


by: (IslamOnline.net) 2006-2-18

 Amidst the furor gripping the Muslim world over the insulting cartoons depicting Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him, four capitals in three continents witnessed four incidents, in a way, related to freedom of expression and the reaction is, to say the least, telling.

In the Egyptian capital Cairo, four prominent judges were stripped off their immunity on Wednesday, ..