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Suppressing students and silencing academic circles will not save Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, opposition leader Mir-Hossein Moussavi was on Sunday quoted as saying by reformist websites...

by: DPA 2009-6-16
The seats for women will be allotted by province, based on population, rather than by the smaller voting-districts..

by: DPA 2009-6-16
Cairo - Egypt’s parliament on Sunday approved changes to the country’s electoral law to require 64 seats in the parliament to be held by women, but women in Cairo said they were divided on the issue. The amendments sailed through both houses of parliament over the weekend, sped by the ruling party’s grip on both, but they capped a long debate that has highlighted divisions within the ruling party, the Islamist opposition, and Egyptian women themselves...

by: DPA 2009-6-3
Cairo - At least 10 members of parliament from Egypt`s banned Muslim Brotherhood will attend US President Barack Obama`s landmark speech to the Muslim world in Cairo, it was confirmed by the group Tuesday. As well as various lawmakers, activists, charity workers and non- governmental organisations at the address, invitations have been sent to the group for the keynote speech. ..

by: DPA 2008-5-1
The Consultative Council of Jordan’s influential Muslim Brotherhood movement has elected hard-line Hammam Saeed as new leader, reliable Islamic sources said Thursday...

In the last few months of 2007, Egypt has experienced a series of massive workers strikes, motivated by none other than poor standards of living and lack of privileges, foreboding the beginning of a possible "uprising" by Egypt’s poor. But an angry struggle against deteriorating economic conditions is not the only source of concern for many Egyptian analysts. "Political oppression" is another and as the year ends, pro-democracy activists say that they are as worried as ever about Egypt..

by: World News Editor 2007-11-10
9 Egyptian billionaire and media mogul Naguib Sawiris countered criticism he launched TV channels to oppose the wearing of traditional garb linked to Iran...