Sufis and Salafis Unappeased

During a conference held by the Muslim Brotherhood in Beheira in a bid for reconciliation between the Sufis and Salafis both failed to see eye to eye regarding the destruction

Security apparatus in Syria contains demonstrations

Since the unrest in Syria began on 15th March, fear of the security services and a descent into Iraq-like chaos, as well as the president’s reformist image has kept things

Egyptian Army Under Attack as Protestors Stand Firm in Tahrir Square

Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo was the hotspot of the January 25 Revolution, and it continues to host the protests that ousted Mubarak and his corrupt regime.

MB Representative in Engineers Syndicate: We Will Run in the Elections

Eng. Omar Abdullah, representative of the MB in the Engineers Syndicate, denied news that the MB has decided on the number of seats they want to run for in the

Ikhwanweb statement: Correction to Dalia Mogahed April 6th article

Ikhwanweb posted an article on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 with several unintended misinterpreted statements attributed to Ms. Dalia Mogahed, made during her April 5th interview on Al Mehwar channel’s “90

MB statement concerning Mubarak’s recorded speech

In an unexpected and surprising recording Egypt's ousted President Mubarak denied accusations and allegations that he had accumulated illicit wealth during his rule.

IGA Chief: Mubrak and Suzanne to Be Summoned for Probe Very Soon

Assem al-Gohary, head of the Illicit Gains Authority (IGA), said the deposed president Hosni Mubarak, his wife Suzanne and other family members, as well as former prime minister Ahmed Nazif,

Mubarak Denies Accusations in Speech to al-Arabiya

"I will reserve my right to sue anyone who tried to undermine me or my reputation," the 81-year-old ex-president said.