Brotherhood Hopeful Libyan Protestors Will Succeed if No Foreign Interference

The Muslim Brotherhood has requested that the Arab League and Arab countries intervene in Libya to end the crisis, but at the same time, it warns the West not to

Tahrir Protests Attacked by Thugs

Tahrir Square witnessed clashes on Tuesday and Wednesday as angry groups clashed with sit-in protesters in an attempt to drive them from the square.

Egypt’s new ministers down to business with full agenda slated

Egypt's new cabinet, led by Prime Minister Essam Sharaf, met on Wednesday for the first time putting efforts to return security to Egypt's streets; reviving the country's economy was at

Al-Shater: Freedom & Justice program to be unveiled in a few weeks

The recently released Muslim Brotherhood's deputy chairman Engineer Khairat Al-Shater has ascertained that the group's new political party, Freedom and Justice will be the group's official political wing and will

16,000 Judges to oversee constitutional referendum

Approximately 16,000 members from different judicial authorities are expected to supervise the referendum on constitutional amendments, according to Mohamed Atia, head of the supreme judicial committee appointed to oversee the

Travel ban and freeze slammed on former PM and 20 others

A new list from Egypt’s Prosecutor General with names of 23 persons banned from travelling or trading their assets was issued to the Stock Market.

The New Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood

The Brotherhood, in its current form, will not run in the coming elections. It is forming a new “Freedom and Justice Party,” which will be administratively separate from the Brotherhood,

MB accuses former regime of provoking sectarian strife in Egypt

The Muslim Brotherhood has criticised the former regime as being behind the current events witnessed in Egypt which have provoked sectarian sedition.