Topic - Al-Nour Party

The Al-Nour Party (, ḥizb al-nūr) is one of the new political parties created in Egypt after the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. It has an ultra-conservative Islamist ideology which believes in implementing strict Sharia law. It adheres to the Salafi methodology, a strict interpretation of Islam. - Source: Wikipedia

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