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Cairo is witnessing a democratic spring where political dynamics are evolving and lots of factors are intermingling to give a sign of healthy politics. It is the love of Egypt and the hatred to the US policies that combine all the elements of the equation.
Al-Khayr believes the Egyptian regime will never quit its chair just because hundreds were demonstrating, or because some powers of the opposition have reached the parliament.
In Al-‘Ālam al-Ān (the world now), a program broadcast on the American Radio Sawa, General Coordinator of the Egyptian Movement for Change-otherwise known as Kifāya [enough], George Ishāq, has rejected the calls of leader of the Washington-based US Coptic Association (USCA), Michael Munīr, to hold...
A number of Egyptian Copts and clergy respond to ‘Adlī Abādīr’s invitation to the Washington conference, scheduled for November 17.
Despite the prohibition of around 100 key members of the Muslim Brotherhood from participating in the parliamentary elections, the organization still hopes to present 200 candidates, including 10 women.
Muhammad al-Najjār presents an over all picture of the new political movements in Egypt that demand a comprehensive political-constitutional reform in Egypt.
Next Wednesday will witness the public referendum on the constitutional amendment which was passed by Parliament earlier this month, and which allows for the first multi- candidate presidential elections in Egypt. It is to be hoped that the voters will actively respond by taking part in the...
Some political trends in Egypt misunderstood some signs, and thought that the US is seeking a change of regime in Egypt, and thus decided to work accordingly.
The Egyptian movement for change – Kifāya, literally ‘enough’- has gained a foothold on the political arena and has become the focus of much debate among supporters and opponents. Supporters of Kifāya enthuse about its message and activity, and place high hopes on its campaign for political change...
The article is an interview with Dr. Reverend Ekram Lama’i, pastor of an Evangelical Church in Shubra, and a professor at the Evangelical Theological Seminary. Rev. Dr. Lama’i, who is also the author of many important books about religion, the religious discourse and Zionist penetration of...

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