Religion

A Letter From Egypt by Hani Hafiz

Once upon a time we used to wage war in the name of God and say to the world: “We are Muslims ruled by God’s Qur’an and the Sunna of Muhammad, peace be upon him.” And those who died would be considered martyrs who would go to heaven. And our conquests ended successfully in Egypt and many other countries, thanks be to God.

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The President of Egypt by Hani Hafiz

A president who loves our Lord and loves Muhammad, peace and prayers be upon him

A president who loves our people, who does not rule them with the Emergency Law or order them around

The president of Egypt is not idle; he takes his people’s money and thinks Egypt and her people are his own personal property.

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What is Salafism? A Statement and Explanation

We have oppressors and others wrongfully accused of oppression, we have the argument that it’s all “terrorism and extremism,” and we have people who are either envious of this blessed call or despise it. I’ve implored God, the One, the Alone, for help in explaining the meaning of Salafism, and have quoted the words of the imams and stars of this community from among the Salaf, our righteous predecessors in Islam. I’ve abridged their statements significantly, since this is intended to be a statement and explanation, not a detailed description, focusing on how to define Salafism and what it means to belong to this group.

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Why We are Voting for the Islamists

We will give our votes and direct others than ourselves to give theirs to whomever implements God’s sharia’ and rules us in accordance with the Qur’an because in this lies the goodness of this world and the next.

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The Liberation Party [Hizb al-Tahrir]: To Clarify

Hizb-ut-Tahrir [The Liberation Party] – Egypt Branch: We have no relation to the Egyptian Sufi Liberation Party or the New Shi’i Liberation Party. We are a political party working to establish an orthodox Islamic caliphate.

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Advice to all Voters

When we hear others say “We want the Islamists to tell us what their electoral program is,” it should be obvious that the Islamists’ program is known and understood and no one would deviate from it except a sinner. And it is: “God said this and the Messenger said this.”

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A Day in the Life of Someone Who is Fasting

Do you want to protect yourself from 50,000 years of thirst on Judgment Day? When you fast for one day during Ramadan, you fast for fourteen hours, roughly 50,000 seconds. So can you believe that fasting for just 50,000 seconds during Ramadan protects you from having to endure 50,000 years of thirst on Judgment Day?

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Our Vision for Exiting from the Crisis

The Front emphasizes the importance of preserving the peacefulness of the revolution in its second stage, the obligation of preventing bloodshed, and the preservation of the institutions of the state and their essential structure.

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Friday of Determining the Way

In the name of 150 deans and professors of Shari’a, law, and constitution, and 300 young men and women from among Egypt’s revolutionary groups: We held three conferences to investigate the nation’s future in light of the theft of the revolution and undertakings to abort it.

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Ramadan This Year in the Square

The protestors’ intention to continue the sit-in follows the confusion and bumbling brought on by the decisions and statements made by the cabinet—specifically ‘Isam Sharaf—which has now come to a crisis after a large number of nominees refused to take on ministerial portfolios.

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The Islamic Movement to Enforce Shari’a

In the past few days, God has shown us a sign and a miracle to amaze the mind, which is none other than the fall of the blood-thirsty tyrant Mubarak and his fascist regime, which happened thanks to the grace of God. Yes, by God, everyone’s slogan the day the dictator fell was “God alone toppled the regime”.

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No to Crimes of Sectarian Violence and Military Trials, Yes to the Rule of Law

The national and popular civil forces, signed below, express their worry about the new, rising wave of sectarian violence by remnants of the National Democratic Party, the remnants of the State Security officers and their thugs, and their elements from the Salafis which threatens to transform Egypt into a site for civil strife between the Salafis and the Copts.

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