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Minorities Fear End of Secularism in Egypt

  When he took office as Egypt’s new president in June, Mohammed Morsi pledged to follow a pluralist policy that respected the rights of women and non-Muslim minorities. But everything he has done since then indicates that he intends to … Continue reading

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AL-QAEDA AND THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD: ALTERNATIVE VISIONS OF AN ISLAMIST EGYPT

  The election of al-Mursi is just the beginning phase of the Brotherhood’s 25-year Renaissance Project, a comprehensive effort to bring Egypt’s administration, business sector and society in line with Islamic values. The chairman of the project’s steering committee is … Continue reading

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Intelligence Do…

    Intelligence Document Reveals Muslim Brotherhood Role in Egyptian Revolution   The revolution in Egypt was seen by many as impelled by submerged democratic and liberal tendencies in Egyptian society that, inspired by the revolution in Tunisia, erupted against … Continue reading

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