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Egypt's Salafist Nour Party calls for snap presidential polls
Bucking Islamist trend, Egypt's Salafist Nour Party backs opposition demands for early presidential elections
Ahram Online , Tuesday 2 Jul 2013
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Egypt's Salafist Nour Party released a statement on Monday evening calling for early presidential elections and the formation of a technocratic government.

The party further demanded the formation of a committee tasked with amending Egypt's post-revolution constitution, albeit without changing articles related to the "state's identity." 

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Ali
02-07-2013 02:54am
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I always knew salafist (elder generation) cannot be relied upon by the ummah. Look what their types in Saudi are doing?; nothing for the ummah. That's why their party got split up here in egypt. These remaining guys don't fear Allah and would not sacrifice anything for Him and They will pay one day for not standing up for His deen in the hour of need. It is plain and simple why Mubarak remnants are against morsi. It is for his deen, the sunnah, they are against, otherwise they munafiqs would have praised him all the way to the moon. But morsi is a man of Allah and when you got Allah with you, who could be against you and that's why morsi doesn't bend. Only fears Allah swt
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miky
02-07-2013 01:28am
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Egypt's Salafist Nour Party calls for snap presidential polls
this people is very dangerous for the menthal healt of egyptians. never trust them. they will bring you to a dark age!
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