8 Muslim Brotherhood members remain in detention in open defiance of court by police

Police in Shebin el-Kom are still detaining 8 members of the Muslim Brotherhood in open defiance after two court orders for their release were passed. The latest was issued Thursday,

Building Bridges, Not Walls

Since the terror attacks of 11 September 2001 there has been an explosion of interest in political Islamism in the Middle East and North Africa region.

Land under occupation

It was officially revealed by the State Government on the floor of house that 10 lakh 54 thousand kanals of public and private land is under the occupation of Regular

Palestinian Child Prisoners: The Systematic and Institutionalised Ill-Treatment and Torture of Palestinian Children by Israeli

The Israeli military court system in the Occupied Palestinian Territory has operated for over 42 years almost devoid of international scrutiny. Each year an average of 9,000 Palestinians are prosecuted

We must engage with nonviolent Islamists

Political reform in the Middle East requires dialogue with Islamic parties, so why does the Foreign Office knock such efforts?

“Israel and the International Law” Conference

Call for Participation in "Israel and the International Law" Conference Organized by Al-Zaytouna Centre

Reports indicate 50 million mobile users in Egypt alone

A government report issued Wednesday September 23 indicated that surveys conduct in Egypt revealed an increase in the number of mobile users by 20% compared to year 2008.

Renewal of detention for Dr Abdul Monem Abul Fotouh and 6 others.

State prosecutors renewed the detention of Dr Abdul Monem Abul Fotouh member of the Muslim Brotherhood executive bureau and Secretary General of Arab Doctors Union a further 15 days pending