MB will respect referendum results regardless of outcome

Following the casting of his vote the Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie confirmed that the group was committed to respect the results of the referendum regardless of its outcome.

MB condemns attack on ElBaradei

The Muslim Brotherhood condemns the vicious attack on ElBaradei, describing it as an uncivilised and disgraceful incident.

Judicial Committee Supervising Referendum Allows International Organizations to Monitor Referendum

"The Supreme Judicial Commission overseeing the referendum has decided to allow Human rights and civil society groups to monitor the referendum on constitutional amendments," an international human rights organization said.

MB and Opposition forces to run joint list in elections

A recent statement by Muslim Brotherhood deputy chairman Khairat Al-Shater has confirmed that the group has initially agreed in principle to run a joint list with other parties in the

Hams in Algeria rejects foreign intervention

Algeria’s Hams has stated that it rejects any foreign intervention in Bahrain to contain the anti-government protests.

Egyptians take to street for historical referendum

Egypt is witnessing a historical moment as thousands vote on constitutional amendments drafted by the 10 man committee chosen by the military following the ousting of Mubarak after the January

Taking Stock of the Arab Revolutions

The downfall of Ben Ali’s regime was itself the spark for the Egyptian revolution, which erupted eleven days later. By February 11, the Egyptian regime had also collapsed when its

Sisters aspire to equality within Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood

The first time Asmaa Shehata managed to free herself from conservative family rules and a mother-imposed curfew was when she slept on the street for three nights among hundreds of

Action: Fears of Massacre in Misurata

Today, Friday 18th March 2011, the city of Misurata, east of the Libyan capital Tripoli, is under indiscriminate artillery bombardment since 7 am local time.