Egypt Revolution – In the Shadow of Tunisia

January 25 is Police Day in Egypt, a commemoration of the resistance by Islamailiya police against the British in 1952 during which 41 police officers were killed.

MB Youth, January 25 Activists Hope it Will Be the Start of Significant Change

Once the Muslim Brotherhood announced their participation in the Day of Rage protest scheduled for Tuesday, January 25th, Brotherhood bloggers promoted a banner across Facebook pages entitled "I'm a MB

Tunisian Revolution Shakes and Inspires Middle East

Every state and movement in the Middle East is reading into the events in Tunisia its own anxieties and aspirations

The Goldstone Report: The Legacy of the Landmark Investigation of the Gaza Conflict

Henry Siegman recounts the controversy over the Goldstone Report in Israel and expands on the country's continued moral depravity.

Tunisia’s Deposed President — Corrupt, Anti-Democratic, and One of America’s Close Friends

Across the Middle East and Central Asia, U.S. allies are invariably corrupt dictators, maintained in power by lavish patronage and the military.

SCC: Political Corruption Impact of Central Government Corruption

A recent report by the Social Contract Centre (SCC), an affiliate of the Cabinet's Information and Decision Support Centre, has noted that there are types of political corruption.

Egypt’s Day of Rage a Day of Revolution

The Day of Rage protest scheduled for today January 25th has been dubbed as a day of revolution as Egypt's ruling regime is preparing itself for one of the biggest

Amnesty calls on regime to allow peaceful protests

Amnesty International has called on Egyptian authorities not to clamp down on the scheduled nationwide demonstrations January 25, following reports of police threats to opposition members.

Security Threats for Activists Hours before the Egyptian Day of Rage

The Popular Campaign in Support of El-Baradei and the demands for change condemned the security campaign against its members in the different governorates as well as the security threats during

Senior MB: Freedom and Fair Trials Versus Terrorism

Saad al-Husseini, member of the Muslim Brotherhood's Executive Bureau stressed that the reason for Egypt’s suffering is due to the state of tyranny in country.