MB website launched to counter ‘Ikhwanophobia’

It seems Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood (MB) opposition movement is trying to coin a new term, “ikhwanophobia,” by launching a website of the same name mixing Islam-related news and commentary with

A new violation for freedom of opinion and expression 6 months imprisonment for editor -in

On 28/7/2010 Al Saf partial court sentenced Sherif Abd El Hamid, editor -in- chief of Al Saf website to 6 months imprisonment in absentia and a fine of 200 EGP

The Primacy of Values – A Conversation with Ibrahim al-Houdaiby

The importance of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood can hardly be exaggerated. Since its formal creation over eighty years ago, the Brotherhood (MB) has served as a definitive intellectual and organizational model

Too little, too late?

With Jordanian Prime Minister Samir Rifai reshuffling his cabinet in the run-up to November's elections, will this be enough to ease tensions in the country, asks Oula Farawati

After Mubarak

Walking through the sweltering heat of the city’s streets, a visitor sees few signs that change is on the way in Egypt. Outdated posters of a young Hosni Mubarak –

Future faces

The face of Gamal Mubarak, the son of President Hosni Mubarak and chairman of the ruling National Democratic Party's (NDP) influential Policies Committee, has appeared on posters in the streets

Israel plans mass forced removals of Bedouin

Jonathan Cook reports from the Negev village of al-Araqib, which has been ethnically cleansed by the Israeli authorities twice in a few days as part of a plan financed by

Who will take out the garbage if our courts of justice won’t punish war crimes?

Stuart Littlewood considers the impunity with which state-sponsored murderers and war criminals operate and argues that if universal jurisdiction is not made to work, then upright, socially responsible citizens may

Egypt Business Forecast Report Q4 2010 – New Report Published

The overall Egyptian economy looks relatively well positioned compared with the sluggish recovery being experienced in the rest of the world, especially in developed states.

MB chairman: We call for a Civil State with Islamic values

During his interview with the Arabic satellite channel Al-Arabia Tuesday evening, the Muslim Brotherhood leader Dr. Mohamed Badie highlighted that a decision regarding participation in the upcoming parliamentary elections will