Who’s Afraid of the MB?

Carter is not afraid that true democracy would open to radical Islamism, stating that he has known members of the Muslim Brotherhood and "they are not anything to be afraid

What the world is saying about Egypt’s historical Revolution

Obama: We must educate our children to become like young Egyptian people

Egypt is not Iran

Far from bringing comfort to the Iranian leadership, Egypt's revolution is inspiring Iran's democratic opposition, writes Rasha Saad

Brotherhood under Media Attack – A Test of Democracy

Television commentary during the Egyptian revolution has revealed the ignorance of some people about the role of the Muslim Brotherhood in what the West fears is a potential theocratic coup.

Egyptian Journalist Hails Role of MB Youth in January 25 Revolution

Under the title "Protesters in Bloody Wednesday clashes in Cairo's Tahrir Square would have been slain but for the fact that young Muslim Brothers defended them", Journalist Bara al-Khatib in

Public Debt Exceeded the “Safe Limits” in June

Hossam Zaki, , official spokesman of the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, announced that the Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit has asked for aid for the Egyptian economy during telephone conversations with foreign

Ikhwanweb Expresses Sympathy to the Fallen Victims’ Families

Protests which began January 25th in Egypt succeeded in forming an atmosphere of patriotism and mutual respect among the people of Egypt as slogans were raised calling for Egypt’s democracy

Petition Launched to Freeze Assets of Mubarak and His Henchmen

Following the ousting of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his corrupt regime which was swept from power by the People’s Revolution scandals have emerged concerning his stashed away assets totalling

Egypt Junta Names Panel to Reform Constitution in 10 Days

Egypt's military rulers gave a panel of civilian experts 10 days to revise the constitution as it warned that a wave of strikes sweeping the country was disastrous.

Swiss Banks to Disclose Ousted Mubarak’s Assets

The Swiss Foreign Ministry has reported that Banks in Switzerland are intending to disclose the assets of the ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and his aides.