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Monday,23 October, 2017
Issue 1143, 11 - 17 April 2013

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood: a failed state and an imploding regime. Or is it just the latter, asks Dina Ezzat

Leader of the Egyptian Social Democratic Party Mohamed Abul-Ghar emphasises the need for electoral guarantees and the appointment of a reputable transitional government, in an interview

Once firm allies, the ultra-conservative Salafist wing of the Islamist movement is openly challenging the Muslim Brotherhood regime, writes Samir Al-Sayed

Last week’s dismissal of the president of Al-Azhar University over a food-poisoning scandal has triggered a wave of mixed reactions and conspiracy theories, writes Gihan Shahine

There is confusion not only over the causes of last week’s fire at the South Cairo Criminal Court but over the possible destruction of evidence in a string of high profile

Railways ground to a halt on Sunday as train drivers staged a nationwide strike, Ahmed Morsy reports

Controversy over the disputed Halayeb Triangle resurfaced in the wake of President Mohamed Morsi’s visit to Khartoum. Ahmed Eleiba looks at the background to the long running dispute

The Muslim Brotherhood’s majority in the Shura Council refuses to lay blame for attacks on the Coptic Cathedral in Cairo’s Abbasiya district, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

As attacks on Egypt’s Copts continued this week, Israel has reportedly offered Coptic families political asylum

Amir Ramzi, chief justice of Cairo Criminal Court and a Copt, accuses the Muslim Brotherhood of politicising the judiciary. Ramzi speaks with Michael Adel

The Shura Council has begun discussing a new law aimed at regulating parliamentary elections, Gamal Essam El-Din reports

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