Syrian MB Accuses Regime of Inciting Sectarian Divide

The Muslim Brotherhood in Syria accused the Syrian President Bashar al Assad and his regime of advocating sedition and orchesterating violence.

Political Education Workshop at Cairo University

The Renaissance Center for Training and Development and the Forum of International Law, affiliated to the Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University, are organizing an intensive course

DC Symposium Calling for Removal of MEK From FTO List

In a symposium, coinciding with the anniversary of the ruling by a U.S. Federal Court of Appeals in favor of the main Iranian opposition movement, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK), former

Tunisia: Joint Statement on Latest Events

Six months after the beginning of the revolution for freedom and dignity on 17 December 2010 in the city of Sidibouzid, a new martyr fell yesterday, 17 July, in the

In Egypt, U.S. Government Seeks a Few Good Democrats

Marwan Yehia Youness, who had volunteered for Hosni Mubarak’s party, had his business partner applied for a democracy grant from USAID.

WP: Egyptian Army Prefers Turkish Model, But Will Not Impose It

Washington Post, reported that the ruling Military Council started to release signals that they want the army to continue to play key roles, namely to be the guarantor of the

MB to Launch Independent Daily

October 6 has been announced as the launching date of the Muslim Brotherhood’s first independent daily newspaper after the revolution. According to journalist, Mohamed Abdul Quddos, the paper is designed

FJP Holds First Rally in Alexandria

In the Freedom and Justice Party’s (FJP) first popular conference in Alexandria held last Friday in the presence of a number of MB leaders, 2005 parliamentary block members, members of

FJP Delegate to EP Stresses Women Role in Egyptian Politics

At a discussion with Egyptian activists from multiple currents hosted by European Parliament in Brussels, Dina Zakaria, Freedom and Justice Party representative, stressed that women are equally responsible as men