Why Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood isn’t the Islamic Bogeyman

Western fears of Islamist takeover in post-Mubarak Egypt are unfounded. During recent protests, the Muslim Brotherhood has demonstrated a commitment to peaceful political participation. The US now has an opportunity

Former Ministers Charged with Corruption and Slammed with Travel Bans

Following the ouster of Dictator Mubarak and his dishonest regime, numerous investigations into instances of corruption have begun. Former ministers have been arrested and charged in connection with millions of

ANHRI submits complaint accusing Telecommunications of endangering lives

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information yesterday filed a complaint to the Prosecutor General Abdel Meguid Mahmoud, demanding an investigation with both the minister of communications, and Chairman of

Katatni: Polls for MB’s New Party to Take Place Once It Is Established

Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni from the Muslim Brotherhood's Executive Bureau and co-founder of "Freedom and Justice" has noted that the process of collecting the necessary signatures for establishing the party

US Secretary of State welcomes MB if elected by people through democratic elections

A recent dialogue between US secretary of State and former US first lady Hilary Clinton has revealed that the US may have had a change of heart following its former

Mubarak, Adly Charged with Premeditated Murder in a New Complaint to Prosecutor

London-based Egyptian engineer Mamdouh Hamza on Wednesday announced that he would submit a complaint to the public prosecutor accusing deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and former interior minister Habib el-Adly

Ketatni: Freedom and Justice Ungoverned by MB’s Executive Bureau

Dr. Saad Ketatni, member of the Muslim Brotherhood's Executive Bureau, said: The Muslim Brotherhood's political party 'Freedom and Justice' would be completely independent, not binding on the MB's Executive Bureau.

Experts: A change of heart among the Salafists in the aftermath of January 25

Salafists in numerous governorates in Egypt held conferences after the success of the January 25 revolution and chanted slogans like "Egypt is an Islamic state, not a civilian one”, referring

Libya after Gaddafi

Speculation looms worldwide as Libya’s Dictator Gaddafi’s grip loosens on power as to who might be his successor.