Egyptian political parties: ‘No to Religious Parties’ campaign highlights seriousness of exploiting religion in politics
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Cairo, September 21 /MCN/ - by Maria Alfi

After the revolution of January 25, 2011, which overthrew former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, several religious parties surfaced in Egypt, including the Salafi Nour Party, the Wasat Party, the Asalah Party and others. The number of these religious parties has risen to more than 20, with varying Islamic ideologies.
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