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by: Khaled Hamza 2012-5-22
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 of the the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood's official English website, ikhwanweb.com...

by: Khaled Hamza 2012-2-12
Egypt's 2011 experience thus far has evidently been a great revolutionary one. Without doubt, the country has faced insurmountable challenges, succeeding in parts and erring in others...

by: Khaled Hamza 2012-2-12
Today, Egypt is moving forth through the "revolution", to help herself to real "renaissance" that she missed as she lumbered slowly on a long and winding road of failed modernization and false renaissance, which led to an estrangement between Egypt and her heritage, culture and identity, never achieving the coveted rejuvenation, nor preserving her identity and links with her culture and history...

by: Khaled Hamza 2012-2-1
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 full year from its launch, a few days ago. This makes me see Japan, see myself, see Egypt, the Arab World and the Third World at large, from a novel perspective...

by: Khaled Hamza 2011-9-4
Some believe that the Iranian position regarding the developments in Syria is very confusing - and perhaps Iran itself could be divided from the inside as it has been witnessing lots of changes lately being turbulent and troubled with respect to the Syrian revolution...

by: Khaled Hamza 2011-9-3
Can a revolutionary party, a radical group or even an ideological organization fall short in recognizing a revolution parallel to it and supportive to its cause, especially when being so near and initiating in the immediate vicinity? The answer to this question is "yes"...

by: Khaled Hamza 2011-5-2
The killing of Osama Ben Laden might help to put a closure for the thousands of families who lost their loved ones to al Qaeda, and represents a major symbolic victory for governments waging the so called “War on Terror”, however it will not put an end the ideology of terror and violence in the world unless its real reasons are addressed...

by: Khaled Hamza 2011-4-4
We call on all factions, non-governmental organizations, armed forces and the government to unite in saving the revolution and defending the spirit of liberty by stopping the actions and holding all responsible accountable. A coalition, must be instrumental in its organizing action against those down laying the success of the revolution..

by: Khaled Hamza 2011-4-4
We call on all factions, non-governmental organizations, armed forces and the government to unite in saving the revolution and defending the spirit of liberty by stopping the actions and holding all responsible accountable. A coalition, must be instrumental in its organizing action against those down laying the success of the revolution...

by: Khaled Hamza 2011-2-10
As Israel and the US come to terms with a post-Mubarak Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood is continually under fire. Israel fears that a MB dominated parliament would shut down the Suez Canal, thereby affecting much of the global economy and threatening regional security...

by: Khaled Hamza 2010-9-20
Ikhwanweb” joins with so many others who knew Dr Osman in offering its deepest sympathy on his passing...

by: Khaled Hamza 2010-9-20
“Ikhwanweb” joins with so many others who knew Dr Osman in offering its deepest sympathy on his passing. Although it is little consolation at this sad time, it should be of some satisfaction to know that in his passing one can celebrate the end of a very long and productive life through the lives he touched and the sorrow he left behind...

by: Khaled Hamza 2010-4-5
Not many people thought that events at the Islamonline foundation would evolve in such a dramatic way. While many viewers of this colossal site are saddened as a result of the current crisis on the website, others are trying to hide their apparent gloating...

by: Khaled Hamza 2009-6-19
Dr. Mahmoud Hussein, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood Executive Bureau and 10 more Upper Egypt leaders were arrested during an early morning raid on Friday by Egyptian security forces in a new security crackdown targeting peaceful, reform and development action carried out by the Muslim Brotherhood. It is very well-known that governorates of Upper Egypt have been neglected over the past decades by the Egyptian government...

by: Khaled Hamza 2009-6-16
Ikhwanweb was not concerned with spreading Islam or teaching westerners about the religion of Islam. In other words, we are not targeting a missionary Islam. We are rather adopting a political, cultural and intellectual discourse...

by: Khaled Hamza 2008-9-22
Zawahiri’s latest audio release criticized the Muslim Brotherhood claiming its leaders come to Kabul on American tanks “talking about wanting to liberate it from the Taliban and agents of Pakistan,” according to the video recording of Zwahiri released in Al-Qaeda media outlet Al-Sahab...

by: Khaled Hamza 2006-11-2

Rashid Al-Ghannoushi : Ben Ali’s regime aims to destroy Tunisian people’s Islamic opposition, identity

His ideological fatwas and directions are stemming from a down to earth understanding of every day incidents; he is one of a few figures whose statements and fatwas reflect a clear understanding of texts and linking them to reality; he is an icon of the Islamic movement facing political corruption and oppression; the London-based sheikh Rashid Al-Ghannoushi- the chief of the Tunisian Al-Nahda (Renaissance) movement- is the symbol of mature Islamic thought who understands how to link texts with reality...


by: Khaled Hamza 2006-11-20
The statements given by the Egyptian Minister of Culture, Farouk Hosni, concerning the issue of the veil, raised a heated and intense controversy; Hosni said, in statements published on "Al-Masri al-Yawm" last Thursday:" that the Egyptian women’s wearing the veil is regressive ... There was an age when our mothers went to university and worked without the veil...

by: Khaled Hamza 2007-5-6

An international campaign to free Monem was launched by a group of activist bloggers from several countries...