Impediments to Clear Analysis of the Egyptian Revolution

Mubarak's government is seeking talks with protestors hoping to end the demonstrations that are crippling the economy and destabilizing the regime. Protestors, however, simply want Mubarak to step down, seeking

Habib Al-Adli Accused of Deliberately Killing Demonstrators

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) has filed a report on behalf of the Egyptian Committee for Fact Finding and Combating Corruption (ECFFCC) on Monday, 7/2/2011 to the general

MB Press Release on Egypt’s Uprising

The MB believes that the decisions issued by the illegal president is a desperate attempt to deceive the people, and gain time to hold onto power.

MB: We call for a civil state to serve all of Egypt

Today’s press conference at the Muslim Brotherhood’s parliamentary headquarters highlighted numerous points concerning the group’s stance concerning the people’s revolution.

Reform the Emirati way : An Emirati Detained for Supporting the Egyptian Revolution.

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information denounced today the detention of an Emirates citizen , Hasan Mohamed elHamady in Khorfikan on 4/2/2011 for supporting the Egyptian revolution that was

Those Who Abducted Wael Ghoneim Must Be Held Accountable Keeping The State Security Investigations Means

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information today said that impunity in Egypt must be put to an end.

This is Egypt’s revolution, not ours

All we in the Muslim Brotherhood want is for President Mubarak to go and real democracy to prevail

Who’s afraid of the Muslim Brothers

Western fears of 'Islamism' have been aided by Arab autocrats seeking to prolong their iron-fisted rule.

Military Contemplates Dignified Exit for Mubarak

The US government advises Mubarak to travel to Germany for what they described as a prolonged health check.

MB denounces Al-Qaeda’s call to Egypt’s protestors to wage Jihad‏

In response to reactions of groups affiliated with Al-Qaeda concerning the ongoing protests in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood’s English website editor in chief Khaled Hamza strongly denounces the calls for