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by: The Washington Times 2005-10-6

"Liberty for Muslims?"
By David R. Sands
The Washington Times


    Saad Eddin Ibrahim is an unlikely optimist about the future of democracy in the Islamic world. The sociologist spent nearly three years in the courts and prisons of his native Egypt, arrested at gunpoint in June 2000 and kept for a..


by: The Washington Times 2005-11-5

Female Islamist eyes Egyptian parliament seat
WORLD BRIEFINGS
By Sharon Otterman
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
 CAIRO
    Soft-spoken Makarim Eldery hopes to become the first female Islamist elected to the Egyptian par-liament. The 55-year-old widow and mother of six is officially running for parliament as an independent, but her true affiliation -- with the banned Mu..


by: THE WASHINGTON TIMES 2005-11-15
 Egyptian voters will return to the polls for runoff parliamentary elections in most parts of Cairo today amid accusations of widespread fraud in the first round last Wednesday.
    About 80 percent of seats contested in the first round will be repeated in the runoff...