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On Friday, August 28, the military coup Interior Ministry confirmed the arrest of Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat Ibrahim, 76, the Acting Chairman of Muslim Brotherhood, and a medicine professor at the Zagazig University, after seven years of searching for his whereabouts, during which the security forces claimed his presence in various places inside and outside Egypt. […]
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Brotherhood Chairman Badie mourns death of a great Coptic thinker and leader, describing him as a symbol of conservative wisdom who dedicated his life to the service of his homeland.
The Brotherhood welcomes Egyptian Church’s goodwill gesture, prays for the Pope’s full recovery, and announces “our door is open to all” for friendly objective discussions to bridge views and forge closer relations.
He was commenting on urgent statements made by MP Emad Gad, in which he said that certain Coptic families were removed from the Nahda village in Alexandria on the background of an illicit relationship between a young Christian tailor and a Muslim woman.
Egypt’s Freedom and Justice Party Chairman Katatni meets with French Ambassador Nicolas Galey; discuss Middle East troubles; agree Israel must halt its bloody offensive against the Gaza Strip.
Cairo – Tuesday: Freedom and Justice Party receives Prime Minister of Italy who started on Monday a two-day visit to Egypt as part of a Middle East tour.
Dr. Mohamed Morsi discusses with Kuwait’s Ambassador Al-Hamad the way forward to bolster bilateral relations, and for the Gulf country to benefit from investment opportunities in Egypt.
The Sharia Scholars Committee (SSC) of the Islamic Action Front Party, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood
Spokesperson for the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), in Syria Zoheir Salem, stated that it was not surprising that Syria's
Dr. Hammam Saeed, Muslim Brotherhood leader in Jordan, called for a general boycott of Russian and Chinese goods
Syria's Muslim Brotherhood on Saturday denied an Internet claim of responsibility that it was behind suicide bombings in
The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Jordan warned of entering the "Age of mafias and gangs" after the burning
Bassem Halaqa, Head of the Tourism Workers Syndicate, expressed that he was not concerned over the tourism industry