Opinions

US Republicans’ War on Moderate Islam

As the Republican-led House Judiciary Committee approves legislation to designate the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization, the peaceful political group is confident the politicized bill will not be passed into

Egypt’s New Year Resolution – NYTimes.com

EGYPT is in turmoil, and many so-called experts have concluded that religion is the cause. It is not.

Ahmed Mansoor on blogging his way into a UAE prison

One of the United Arab Emirate's most prominent human rights activists, Ahmed Mansoor was imprisoned in 2011 for criticising the country's leadership.

Impossible Similarity between Freedom and Justice Party and the Dissolved National Party

It is evident that some people hate Islamic movements regardless of what they are or whatever they are about in terms of ideas, ideologies and history. It is a kind

Egypt’s New President Must Re-Unite People

Ahead of this week's presidential elections in Egypt, the BBC News website has asked four Egyptians with contrasting political opinions to express their hopes and fears. Khaled Hamza is editor-in-chief

Ikhwanweb’s Response to Mona ElTahawy’s ‘Why Do They Hate Us’ Article

Far from constituting a solution, this type of one-dimensional reductionism and stereotyping is one of the problems facing Arab women.

After The Revolution: Egypt Pursues Japan, Learns Lessons of Its Renaissance, Inspires It With Revolution

I visited Japan, almost a year after the tsunami, and after experiencing the Egyptian revolution – right from its inception, and until the moment that marked the passage of one

Seeking Consensus, the FJP Remains Wary of Alliance with Salafis

Despite widespread speculation to the contrary, the Muslim Brotherhood's political wing -- the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) -- has consistently ruled out the possibility of forming any strategic alliance

Political Islam and Democracy, by German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle

In an opinion article, Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle addresses the role of Islamic political parties in the changes underway in North Africa and the Arab world.

FJP Chair: FJP Visions for Egypt’s Future

The challenges Egypt is now facing will not stop the march of democracy that began with the blood and sacrifices of Egypt’s great martyrs of the January 25 revolution, in