Other Opinions

The duty of the Brotherhood

Then he spoke – may Allah have mercy on him - about the duty of the Brotherhood, which is to explain the call and spread it to the people in

The Muslim youth responsibility

Then we find the imam - may Allah have mercy on him – mobilizing the hearts of the zealous youth, and making them feel the responsibility placed upon them, when

Taking a Pause with careful understanding

Firstly: The Muslim Brotherhood: 1- It is a group of Muslims, not The Muslim Group, so it does not claim to have a monopoly on the attribute of Islam for

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.

Basem Sabry-Egypt’s Liberals and the Elections- Ahram

While it is important to understand what advantages Islamists had in the elections, it is also important to understand where liberal and secular forces failed

The Muslim Brotherhood’s New Power In Egypt’s Parliament

The question of what Islamists want has acquired new urgency, thanks to Egypt's ongoing elections -- which appear poised to hand the Muslim Brotherhood's political party, Freedom and Justice (FJP),

Islam Hussein: Role of Religion in Liberal Society

*I would first like to thank the editors at Ikhwanweb for giving a liberal, not belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood, the opportunity to express a liberal view on an issue

Why the Muslim Brotherhood Are Egypt’s Best Democrats

After the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003, many Western commentators were surprised by the ease with which Iraq's religious movements adapted to multiparty democracy.

Political expert: Opposition Party differences Must be Overcome

Addressing crowds in a symposium at the General Egypt Library in Damanhour, Beheira Amr al-Shobaki, an expert in the Ahram Centre for Political and strategic studies covered numerous issues.

Saad Eddin Ibrahim: MB Is Organized But Not Most Popular

Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Chairman of the Ibn Khaldun Center for Democratic Studies, described the Muslim Brotherhood as the most powerful and most organized group prepared to enter in the