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The Kifāyah movement attacks government corruption while it turns a blind eye to its own malpractice.
Rose al- Yūsuf obtained an internal note of “Kifāyah” that criticizes the movement harshly and calls for radical change in its internal organisation.
The German-Egyptian humanitarian activist Philip Rizk was released after an ordeal of over four days of police interrogations. Philip Rizk described the experience at a press conference at his house on February 13.
The article deals with statements made by thinkers and politicians during the annual iftār banquet hosted by the Muslim Brotherhood group, in which they agreed that democracy will provide an effective prescription for Egypt’s ailments, such as corruption and monopolistic practices by...
Hanī Labīb comments on Kifayah’s [enough] call to cancel the Camp David peace agreement signed between Egypt and Israel in 1979.
The Egyptian prosecution releases a large number of detained pro-judges protestors of different political affiliations.
"Kifayà" [enough] movement leaders face huge criticism concerning their mixed ideologies and double standards.
Shaykh Tantāwī of the Azhar denied in an interview that the top Sunni Muslim institution is incapable of fulfilling its role, indicating that the Azhar is no longer sending a good number of teachers to Arab and Islamic countries purely for economic reasons.
The spokesman and general coordinator of the Egyptian Movement for Change, Kifāya, George Ishāq, has been interrogated by leaders of the movement about his participation in a dubious U.S. conference, held last month in Istanbul, Turkey and attended by a large number of Israeli academics.
Nearly 480 people, including 314 members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood have been arrested on charges of organizing unauthorized demonstrations in support of the judges, who blew the whistle on election fraud.

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