NDP Secretary General: Regime will not allow recurrence of MB win in parliamentary elections

Secretary General for the National Democratic Party, Safwat Sherif asserted that the ruling regime would not allow a recurrence of the Muslim Brotherhood's outstanding 2005 parliamentary win in the upcoming

MB draws parallel with storming of office and Watergate scandal

Dr. Mohamed Saad Ketatni from the Muslim Brotherhood's Executive Bureau and head of the parliamentary bloc alleged that al-Minya's local authorities raided his house and seized his computer and personal

Muslim Brotherhood starts own social networking site

The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's influential Islamist opposition movement, will launch its own social networking site next month to promote moderate Islam, an official said on Wednesday.

Military court postpones trial of protesting workers

The military court trial of eight workers from the Helwan Engineering Industries Company was adjourned to August 28 as crowds anticipated the verdicts.

Donors Sending Expired Medicine to Gaza

As you approach Gaza's main dump by road you see a massive wall of trash looming over the plain. It's crawling with around one hundred scavenger dogs and dozens of

UNHRC probe into flotilla massacre lands in Turkey

A UN Human Rights Council committee to investigate the deadly Israeli attack against pro-Palestinians aboard the Gaza-bound Freedom Flotilla landed in Turkey Monday to hear testimonies of eyewitnesses and hold

An epitome of the Israeli Jewish society

An Israeli female soldier, named Eden Abergil, has recently posted photos on Facebook of herself in uniform smiling beside bound and blindfolded Palestinian detainees.

Israeli court convicts anti wall activist

The Israeli military court in Ofer army camp has convicted Abdullah Abu Rahme, the coordinator of the popular committee against the separation wall in Bilin village, Ramallah district, of incitement.

IOA forces Palestinians in Sur Bahir to take down their own homes

Israeli occupation authority (IOA) forced two Palestinians from the town of Sur Bahir to demolish their houses with their own hands on Tuesday for not having a building permit, local

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood launches ‘Islamic Facebook’

Egypt's opposition movement, the Muslim Brotherhood, has launched its own Facebook-style social networking site.