Rights Groups: Less than 5% of Egyptians Vote in Runoff Elections

Turnout for Sunday's parliamentary election runoffs did not exceed 5 percent, local and international human rights organizations said on Monday.

Egyptian Elections and Opposition: Declaration of Death or the Launch of a New Phase

Disappointing election results of the 2010 People's Assembly polls came as a thunderbolt not only to the opposition parties but also to the masses.

Opposition Sticks to Parliamentary Boycott

The decision to boycott the second round of elections made by Egypt’s opposition groups the Muslim Brotherhood and the Wafd Party was respected by all members.

The hatemonger from the Netherlands

Israel's manifestly fascist Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has once again demonstrated virulent malice and ill-will toward Muslims in general by inviting anti-Islam Dutch leader, Geert Wilders, to visit Occupied Palestine

MB media spokesman: “The Judiciary Will Decide on the Next Parliament as Being Void

Dr. Mohamed Morsy, media spokesman and member of the executive bureau of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), stressed that the judiciary will rule against the next parliament as being void, especially

IOA using prisoners as medical guinea pigs

Former prisoner and expert on prisoners' affairs Abdulnasser Farwana has said that the Israeli occupation authority (IOA) was performing more than 5,000 experimental drug tests on Palestinian prisoners per annum.

Gaza bakeries to close down next week

Palestinian officials warned on Monday of complete stoppage of bakeries in the Gaza Strip by next week after wheat supplied through Israeli-controlled commercial crossings ran out of stock.

Politicians: Vote-Rigging Put an End to Peaceful Change

Ikhwanweb interviewed a number of intellectuals and political analysts about what happened in the controversial parliamentary election and its impact on efforts to make the desired change and prevent hereditary

Monitors Call on Mubarak to Dissolve Parliament after Reports of Mass Rigging

Amid reports of violence and fraud, numerous organizations including the Egyptian Human Rights and Election Monitoring Groups did their best to record any violations and irregularities during Egypt's round two

For the First Time El-Baradei Harrassed at Cairo Airport

Egypt's former UN nuclear watchdog, Chief Mohamed El-Baradei was subject to harrassment by security officers at Cairo Airport as soon as he arrived yesterday. He was stopped by officials while