When Is Enough, Enough?

Egypt’s government, tightening its grip on power to ensure a smooth transition when Mubarak leaves the political arena, swept parliament in what observers describe as blatant fraud and a ‘test

Politicians: MB Chairman Elected from among Muslim World’s 12 Most Influential

Dr. Mohammed Badie, chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), was ranked 12th most influential Muslim on a public poll that was conducted about the Muslim

El-Baradei: NAC Will Cooperate with MB and Egyptian Regime is Nervous

Former Head of IAEA, Mohammed El-Baradei, has stated that the National Association for change (NAC) is discussing the urge for change in Egypt, possible cooperation with the Muslim Brotherhood in

Where do the Brothers go from here?

Suppose that a person with absolutely zero knowledge of Egyptian politics just arrived into the country. Inquiring about all the colorful electoral banners, they would be told that an election

European Human Rights Calls on EU to Break Its Silence

A statement issued by the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network expressed concern about Egypt’s parliamentary elections where voting irregularities and fraud were reported.

Politicians: Egypt at the Crossroads

After the run-offs, the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) was set to win about most of the seats in the parliament leaving almost only four seats for the leftist Tagammu

Badie Rejects Government Allegations about the Fairness of Elections

Dr. Mohamed Badie, chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), praised the Egyptian judges for standing up against fraud, pointing out that the Egyptian judiciary did not disappoint the people.

What Does Egypt Have to Fear?

Should Egypt fear the US? Not really, it is just an ‘outside actor’ after all. Or, should the US fear Egypt? How many recalcitrant allies does the US really need?

EASD: 903 Observers Arrested and 348 Expelled from Polling Stations

The Egyptian Association for Supporting Democratic Development (EASD) has released reports evaluating the vote counting procedures following Egypt’s parliamentary elections.

Ibn Khaldoun Centre Launches a Campaign “To Bring Election Forgers to Justice”

The Independent Committee for Monitoring Elections which has monitored the elections through 3600 observers in 76 constituencies, stated that it is to launch a legal campaign to sue those who