‘It is a shame for America to be afraid of Islam’

Banned for years under President Hosni Mubarak, the Muslim Brotherhood now functions openly in Egypt and is expected to win a sizable bloc of seats in the upcoming parliamentary elections.

It is a shame for America to be afraid of Islam

Discussing the future Muslim Brotherhood media spokesman Dr. Essam el Erian relayed the group’s vision of a new Egypt in an interview with Washington Post senior associate editor Lally Weymouth.

A talk with the Muslim Brotherhood’s Ibrahim Munir

Asharq Al-Awsat- In November 2010, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood achieved a ‘zero result’ in the country’s parliamentary elections, having previously held 88 national seats. As a result, the Brotherhood boycotted

Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei: Is the Arab world ready for reform?

They have not used violence to achieve their ends for 40 or 50 years. They made it clear to me that they are not seeking a religious state but a

Interview with Essam al-Arian, member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Executive Bureau

The Brotherhood announced that we will not have a candidate in the 2011 presidential election. We will wait for the names of the actual candidates and study their platforms before

Abu Marzouk talks to Ikhwanweb about Israeli military massacre at sea

Hamas' deputy politburo member Mousa Abu Marzouk has described Monday's pre-dawn massacre on the Freedom Flotilla which was bound for Gaza carrying relief an act of piracy.

Khaled Amayreh: A dangerous juncture in Palestinian history

While the Israeli Government is projecting an "economic peace" with the Palestinians and the French Government is calling for the recognition of a fictitious Palestinian State - deprived of land

Egypt’s Brotherhood gets new leader

Muhammad Badie becomes the eighth leader of the Muslim Brotherhood since the party's establishment.

Turkey’s Strategic Depth Foreign Policy

Manuela Paraipan: What are your thoughts on the agreements signed by Turkey with Iraq, Iran, Syria and Armenia? Dr. Kerem Oktem: In the last year, Turkey has indeed signed a

Towards a more central role in conflict management

Manuela Paraipan: Saudi Arabia adopted several counterterrorism measures to de-radicalize Jihadists. What can you tell me about these measures? Do they seem to be working?