Badie congratulates Egypt ‘s National team on its African Cup win.

The Muslim Brotherhood's chairman Dr Mohamed Badie congratulated the Egyptian team after winning the African Cup of Nations for the third straight year with a narrow 1-0 win over battling

A Jewish voice against the “burqa ban”

While studying abroad in the French city of Strasbourg in 2007, I decided to grow a bushy beard. Little did I know that in France only traditional Jewish and Muslim

Nightmare in the Middle East

Whatever planet Earth may find in short supply in 2010, violence and misrule will remain abundant, from the most-recent round of Muslim-vs.-Christian massacres in Nigeria to Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez's

The charges against the Egyptian government for violations of Human Rights

The present report is a summary of 37 stakeholders’ submissions1 to the universal periodic review. It follows the structure of the general guidelines adopted by the Human Rights Council. It

Lebanon: Egyptian refugee dies in Rashaya prison under unclear circumstances

On the morning of 25 January 2010, local newspapers in Lebanon reported news of the death of an UNHCR-recognized Egyptian refugee by the name of Mahmoud Salama (56) in Rashaya

Egypt: Intellectuals accuse Freedoms Committee of ignoring MB basic rights.

Coptic activist Gamal Asaad accused the USCIRF of being uncompassionate to human rights and religious freedoms. He used the example of the neglect of Copts in Egypt and the lack

Cairo International Book Fair in full swing as literary censorship remembered

The books are in place on the shelves and thousands of Egyptians and foreigners scour the titles, searching for a deal that will make it worth buying one of the

Muslims helping Haiti

Haiti is experiencing unimaginable suffering from its devastating earthquake, with more than 150,000 dead and one to three million individuals displaced.

Egypt looks for three in a row at African Cup of Nations

Their is excitement in the air, previous matches being shown on local television screens and smiles on faces Sunday, as Egyptians prepare to watch their national team take on Ghana

CPJ: Moroccan independent magazine faces closure

Moroccan authorities continue to stifle free press and freedom of speech in the country, the press watchdog Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said in a report published January 29.