Egypt’s Mubarak: three decades of rigid rule

Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak, who has handed over power to his prime minister while recovering from surgery in Germany, is a survivor who has escaped six known assassination bids during

9 Sharqia MB’s arrested

Arrests continue with the approach of elections

Electronic Day against IOF’s blockade of Gaza March 9

Internet activists have agreed to change their profile photo on the popular social networking site "Facebook"

Mubarak ‘Satisfactory’ Following Gallbladder Surgery

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is in a “satisfactory” condition after surgeons removed his gallbladder without complications, the physician who led the operating team and Egypt’s health minister said.

Egypt’s Mubarak undergoes ‘successful’ operation

Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak had a successful operation to remove his gall bladder on Saturday, a German hospital said, after handing over power at home to his prime minister while

US wants competition in Cairo politics

Mohamed ElBaradei, the former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, is testing the political scene in Cairo for a possible presidential bid.


Islam is the unfortunate scapegoat presented, stereotyped and linked to each catastrophe which so happens to involve an individual Muslim, who by the way may not be a practicing Muslim.

Muslim Brotherhood’s Statement on IOF War Crimes against Holy Sites

The MB movement condemns the storming of the Aqsa Mosque, the desecration of its courtyards, and the attack on the worshipers and continuing offense in which the whole world is

Egypt’s Mubarak has operation in Germany

Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif found himself in power temporarily on Saturday as President Hosni Mubarak has gall-bladder surgery in Germany

Iran: Free ‘Mourning Mothers’ Supporters

The Iranian Judiciary should immediately release six women arrested in January and early February 2010, apparently in connection with their peaceful activities on behalf of the Mourning Mothers, Human Rights