The Arabic Network Condemns Assault on Media Freedoms

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information criticised the continued harassments on Egypt’s media freedoms and freedom of expression during the last few days by the new PM Ahmed Shafiq

MB chairman mourns Turkey’s first Islamist PM

The Muslim Brotherhood’s chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie offered his sincerest sympathy following the death of Turkey's first Islamist Prime Minister, Negm Eldin Erbakan, who died at the age of 85.

Committee announces rerun of student union after its dissolution

In conformity with the January 25 principles to instil transparency and justice Ahmed Gamal Eldin Mousa newly appointed education minister, has confirmed that The Egyptian Higher Council of Universities dissolved

Egyptian Uprising overthrows its Zionist Master

At the start of the Egyptian uprising western public opinion responded positively to the mostly young, middle class, people who took to the streets demanding greater political freedoms which many

MB Statement on the Events of Friday, 25 February, 2011

Freedom of expression is a sacred human right and peaceful demonstration is a form of collective expression.

Lawyers Syndicate Calls for Clearing the Ministry of Interior and Dismissal of Mahmoud Wagdy

The Human Rights Committee in the Lawyers Syndicate called on the Supreme Council for Armed Forces to completely change the staff in the Ministry of Interior statring with Minister Mahmoud

Egypt’s panel proposes constitution amendments

A committee formed by Egypt’s military rulers who took power from former president Mubarak following his ouster earlier this month met with the military council to look into the proposed

MB deputy Chairman El-Shater suffers heart attack following argument

Political prisoners languish under further restrictions while Mubarak regime prisoners are given preferential treatment.