EPC | 01 May 2013
The analysis studies various scenes of the Salafist Movement in Egypt, notably, the behavioral and moral lapses by some of its leadership, clashes by a number of their scholars with the armed forces, al Azhar, the interior ministry and celebrities.
The study is based on the basic assumption that Iran’s adoption of the Guardian of the Jurist theory in its constitution after the 1979 revolution has made a radical change in the nature of the Shiite
This analysis deals with the controversy about the role of the Guidance Bureau of the Muslim Brotherhood in the presidency’s decision-making process, and the various aspects of contact between the two places.
This analysis explains the most important aspect related to the concept of the state prestige, such as the behavioral characteristics of members of the ruling elite, how qualified are they to perform their duties
The study is based on the basic assumption that Iran’s constitution has cemented the state/revolution duality and there exists a coalition among institutions of the revolution represented
EPC | 01 Apr 2013
The alert points to signs of sectarian sedition in Egypt in the early days of April 2013, when bloody clashes erupted between Muslims and Copts in front of Saint George’s church in the town of al Khosous.
The analyses provides a thorough reading of the tense relationship between the Muslim Brotherhood and al Azhar in the wake of the food poisoning incident on the campus of al Azhar University on April 2013.
The analysis examines the huge protests by the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamists in front of the High Court building, which called for the “purging of the judiciary” after rumors spread that the court will issue a ruling that Lt.