The Muslim Brotherhood has long had ambitions to control the Egyptian education system, and since taking power, they have wasted little time in turning these ambitions into reality, writes Wahid Abdel Magid.
The summoning of satirical TV show host Bassem Youssef by Egypt's general prosecutor sheds light on the growing rift between the viewpoints of the Egyptian public and those of political Islamists in the country, writes Nassar Abdallah.
Many were injured in Cairo as the latest round of protests against the Muslim Brotherhood government of Mohammed Morsi turned violent, with security forces firing tear gas and rubber bullets, Saeed Ali reports.
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