Nigeria: Ta’awonel Muslmeen Condemns Abductions

In an exclusive statement with Ikhwanweb, Chairman of Ta’awonel Muslmeen Group in Nigeria, Dawood Abu Emran Malasa Abu Seifallah condemned the recent abduction of foreigners, holding the Nigerian government responsible

Ruling Party Conference: Fakes do not solve problems

The Ruling Party in Egypt ends the activities of it’s forth conference today. Many observers agree unanimously that the party changed the conditions of the country to worse; the last

Islam and sword

Many oriantalists and non-orientalist labor under misapprehension in their writings that Islam spread by sword. They are trying to put an aura of absolute truth and authenticity round their claims

25 years after Sadat’s assassination, many call Egypt politically paralyzed

 Egypt On the 25th anniversary of Anwar Sadat’s assassination, Egypt faces an uncertain political future with most democracy reform efforts stalled and the country obsessively focused on the possibility that

Medical Committee To Exmaine Nour’s Deteriorating Health

 “ Nour’s health condition is deteriorating as he suffers numerous serious illnesses besides lack of health care in prison”,  Nour’s wife Miss Gameela Ismael said this in an exclusive statement

Help the Ghalia Family

On June 9th, 2006, the Ghalia family was severely hit in an Israeli attack, during a picnic on the Gaza beach. The incident received worldwide attention mostly due to the

Incitement to hatred

Politicians and the media are creating an ominous climate by exploiting fear and ignorance of Muslims

News of Muslim Brotherhood Bloc

Non-periodical bulletin on News of MB parliamentary bloc members in newspapers and internet 

Letter from George Galloway

At least with hard man John Reid it was man to man hand to hand fighting. The latest New Labour witch-hunter to come out kicking Muslims, Jack Straw, has resorted

White terrorists don’t make the news

A FORMER British National Party member has been accused of possessing the largest amount of chemical explosives of its type ever found in the country. Robert Cottage, 49, of Talbot