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The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's influential Islamist opposition movement, will launch its own social networking site next month to promote moderate Islam, an official said on Wednesday...

The Muslim Brotherhood Web site offered tips for Obama in Cairo, including a call to criticize Mubarak and "the despotic Arab regimes." "Choosing Cairo is a generous reward for the Mubarak regime, which has not succeeded in the past 25 years in holding, not even one, truly democratic and fair election, unless a genuine critique of his regime while you are in Cairo is at hand," the Web site said. ..

President Barack Obama will make his long-awaited address to Muslims in Egypt on June 4, accelerating his bid to mend the US image in the Islamic world from an epicenter of Arab civilization..

An Afghan provincial police chief said Wednesday that investigations showed more than 100 "non-combatants" had been killed in US-led coalition air strikes in western Afghanistan..

Egyptian authorities have banned the Muslim Brotherhood’s English language Web site editor from travel abroad for medical treatment, a human rights group said Sunday. ..

Egyptian authorities have arrested 30 people and deployed extra police around the country as part of a plan to prevent a nationwide strike planned for Monday...

Egypt on Friday dismissed as unacceptable a US report which branded Cairo’s human rights record as poor, the foreign ministry said in a statement...

DAMASCUS (AFP) — A car bomb exploded near a Shiite shrine in southern Damascus on Saturday killing 17 people and wounding 14 others in one of the deadliest attacks to hit Syria in a dozen years, state media said...

DAVENPORT, Iowa (AFP) — White House hopeful Barack Obama said Monday sanctions and diplomacy must be made to bite against Iran so that Israel does not feel its "back is against the wall" and stages an attack...

CAIRO (AFP) — An Egyptian NGO on Saturday accused the Egyptian authorities of forcing cyber cafés to gather personal information on Internet users, saying the measure was a violation of privacy...

CAIRO (AFP) — Egypt denied on Sunday that it had banned a book by a British journalist about Egyptian politics and society entitled "Inside Egypt: The Land of the Pharaohs on the Brink of a Revolution."..

The White House said Wednesday it was worried about reports of "widespread electoral violations" in Egyptian local elections, including a crackdown on opposition candidates and campaign workers...

Egypt hit back at Washington on Friday for issuing an apparent warning in favour of the opposition Muslim Brotherhood by expressing concern over a "campaign of arrests" ahead of key elections...

More than 90 percent of Egyptian Islamist candidates have been prevented from registering for April local elections due to a crackdown by the regime and a campaign of obstruction, one of their leaders said on Thursday...

Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the Somali-born former Dutch deputy threatened with death for her outspoken criticism of Islam, sought European protection and possible French citizenship at the start of a visit to Paris on Sunday...

European Union lawmakers adopted Thursday a resolution criticising Egypt’s human rights record, as Cairo threatened to sever ties with the assembly and summoned EU ambassadors to complain...

by: Abu Dhabi 2008-1-13
US President George W. Bush warned Gulf Arab allies on Sunday of the threat from their neighbour Iran and called for their support of Washington’s policy goals in the Middle East...

Egypt’s cooperation program with the World Bank has allowed the country to benefit from $2 billion from which it has so far received $1.2 billion, World Bank President Robert Zoellick said on Thursday..

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has left open the question of his successor even as his son Gamal’s progress towards inheriting power edged forward at the ruling party’s national congress...

by: Ikhwan web 2005-9-10
Who will win? Although many would argue that President Hosni Mubarak the ruling National Democratic Party nominee will easily win this year’s presidential elections, candidates from 14 parties are nonetheless giving it a go. Mona El-Nahhas and Mustafa El-Menshawy speak to some of the hopefuls, assessing their chances, and providing glimpses into their electoral platforms ..

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