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2010-5-12
President Barack Obama's widely publicized speech in Cairo one year ago this June raised hopes that U.S. relations with the Muslim world might soon improve...

2010-2-9
Egyptian police have arrested a number of top figures in the banned Muslim Brotherhood, less than a month after the group elected new leaders...

by: Edward Yeranian 2009-10-22
Reports of dissension in Egypt's opposition Muslim Brotherhood as well as the resignation of its leader were swiftly denied by the group's top leader...

by: Mohamed Elshinnawi 2009-3-17
More than 140 American and international scholars are urging President Obama to adopt a consistent and credible policy that supports democracy in the Arab and Muslim world. The group issued an open letter to the president with recommendations on how to promote democracy in the region..

2008-11-8
Hamas’s exiled leader says the Palestinian militant group is ready to talk with U.S. President-elect Barack Obama on the basis that his administration respects Hamas’s "rights and options."..

by: Mohamed Elshinnawi 2008-9-25
In his new book, The Last Pharaoh: Mubarak and the Uncertain Future of Egypt in the Volatile Mid East, Egyptian-American writer Aladdin Elaasar offers the next American president his blunt assessment of Egypt’s near-term outlook. Elaasar believes President Hosni Mubarak, America’s "strong man" in Egypt and the recipient of billions of dollars in U.S. military and development aid, is losing his grip on power after 26 years of autocratic rule. ..

by: Mohamed Elshinnawi 2008-5-28
Since the terrorist attacks of 9/11, there has been growing American interest in checking the spread of radicalism in the Middle East by communicating more effectively with the region’s Islamist political groups...

by: Mohamed Elshinnawi 2008-5-27
Since the terrorist attacks of 9/11, there has been growing American interest in checking the spread of radicalism in the Middle East by communicating more effectively with the region’s Islamist political groups. ..

by: Mohamed Elshinnawi 2008-5-22
Can Islam and democracy coexist? Harvard University law professor Noah Feldman believes they can. In his new book, "The Fall and Rise of the Islamic State," published by the Council on Foreign Relations, he argues that a modern state governed by Islamic principles can provide political and legal justice to its citizens, but only if new democratic institutions emerge to balance the power of religious leaders. ..

by: Challiss McDonough 2008-5-5
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak celebrated his 80th birthday Sunday. He has been in power for 27 years, and the question of who will succeed him has become a topic of intense speculation...

by: Challiss McDonough 2008-4-8
Egypt’s largest opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, is urging its followers to boycott Tuesday’s local council elections after the vast majority of its candidates were disqualified...

by: Mohamed Elshinnawi 2008-2-5
Egyptian political scientist Amr Hamzawy is at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace here in Washington. "It is going to be up to the Muslim Brotherhood in this very specific case to decide where to go -- whether they would like to embrace more democratic ideals, credentials and procedures or whether they will keep their sort of mix between some democratic and some highly undemocratically-spirited components,” says Hamzawy. ..

by: Challiss McDonough 2007-12-21
Analysts and activists in the Middle East say the year 2007 in some Arab countries was marked by backtracking from the tentative moves toward more democratization and openness that had been seen in 2005 and early 2006. Although opinions differ, some analysts attributed some of those earlier changes to increased U.S. pressure for reform, but most now agree that whatever pressure was being exerted has eased. VOA Correspondent Challiss McDonough has more from our Middle East bureau in C..

by: Challiss McDonough 2007-11-17
Voters in Jordan go to the polls next week to choose a new parliament. But a key Islamist opposition party is accusing the government of intending to rig the poll, and secular critics say the entire electoral system needs to be reformed. VOA’s Challiss McDonough has more from our Middle East bureau in Cairo..