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The Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing criticise the disruption of the SCC
President allegedly responsible for protest outside Supreme Constitutional Court
Opposition accuses Islamists of igniting a “civil war”
Al-Dostour Party organises protest in Mahmoudiya against president’s declaration
Protesters deny involvement
IMF board to convene on 12 December
Activists allegedly handed over to the police
The Islamist-dominated upper house of parliament decries state of polarisation
Rage peaks in Alexandria, Suez and Mahalla
The offices of the FJP were torched in the canal cities of Ismailiya and Port Said
Rocket attacks cannot continue, Israeli officials say
Sadat accuses president of meddling
Could receive a three-year prison sentence
Groups attempting to reach consensus delay meeting to next week
Few political parties join NGO-led effort
Elections results and bank accounts at centre of law suits.
Some keep saying that the “third hand” has disappeared with the ascendency of the Muslim Brotherhood to power. I find it funny when people say that.
According to eyewitness reports, clashes erupted after apparent Brotherhood supporters tore down the stage the opposition groups had set up.
FJP deputy to run for the party’s leadership
Essam Elerian and Mohamed Al-Beltagy are the top nominees for the position
Protest peaks at 3000-4000 people, general replaced by civilian
El-Baradie and Sabahi calls for boycotting the constituent assembly
As political parties continue their pursuit of establishing solidified alliances for the upcoming parliamentary elections, Egyptian columnists dissect the new partisan coalitions, filled with hopes that division won’t strike at them once more. Some writers continue analysing American anti-Islam film, at the risk of becoming overwhelmed, by exploring options through which Muslims could prevent conflict …
Supreme Administrative Court says parliament’s lower house is “null and void”
The demand for Islamic Sukuk is expected to reach to $900 billion by 2017, according to Ernst & Young’s Global Islamic Banking of Excellence (GIBE) estimates. Ernst & Young’s GIBE reports that the forecasted exponential increase in demand for Sukuk stems from the growth of Islamic banking industry, and the increasing demand for financial tools …
Freedom and Justice Party denies making any recommendations to Morsi
By Heba Fahmy CAIRO: The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) denied on Wednesday media reports claiming that its leader Mohamed Morsi described those who called for postponing parliamentary elections as “Zionists” and remnants of the former regime. Saad El-Katatney, secretary general and cofounder of the FJP denied a report published by Al-Masry Al-Youm on Tuesday …
By AFP CAIRO: The Muslim Brotherhood’s political party, set up to run in polls, was declared legal in Egypt on Monday, state news agency MENA said, for the first time since the movement was founded eight decades ago. “The commission on party affairs has given its approval for the formation of the Freedom and Justice …
By Heba Fahmy and Tamim Elyan CAIRO: The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) presented to the political parties committee on Wednesday the necessary documents to establish the Freedom and Justice Party which includes 978 female members and 93 Copts. The party’s founding papers include lists of its founding members, its program and bylaws. “The party has 8,821 founding …