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Current issue | Issue 1142, 4 -10 April 2013
Monday,23 October, 2017
Issue 1142, 4 -10 April 2013

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

Last week’s court ruling removing the prosecutor-general from office could have wide-ranging implications, writes Mona El-Nahhas

The prosecutor-general risks undermining whatever authority is still associated with the post, writes Ahmed Morsy

Are we in the midst of an orchestrated campaign to discredit Egypt’s intelligence services, asks Ahmed Eleiba

Reem Leila reports on growing claims by Islamists that the media is conniving to topple the regime

Moderate imams fear being sidelined in the Brotherhood state, Mohamed Abdel-Baky reports

Rifts within the Dostour Party escalate as angry members stormed the party headquarters on Monday

Speed remains the motto of the Shura Council when it comes to legislation supported by the FJP. Will they ever learn, wonders Gamal Essam El-Din

Civil aviation was entangled in Egypt’s political maelstrom this week, Amirah Ibrahim reports

This week’s launch of charter flights between Egypt and Iran has more to do with politics than tourism, writes Amira Howeidy

For years Abdel-Sattar Al-Meligui was in charge of academic and foreign relations within the Muslim Brotherhood. Then he left the group. He tells Mahmoud Al-Qeii that the Brotherhood

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