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Egypt Revolution Advances Hope in the Middle East

The firm stance and unified voice of the Egyptian people that brought about the successful people's revolution in January, 2011, has been applauded as an 'exhilarating moment' that has had

MB Chairman: A Leading MB Executive Bureau Member Will Resign to Head Freedom & Justice

In the first interview with the state-run Al-Ahram newspaper, MB Chairman Mohammed Badi has noted that the Brothers were committed to apply shura principle in all walks of life.

Sisters aspire to equality within Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood

The first time Asmaa Shehata managed to free herself from conservative family rules and a mother-imposed curfew was when she slept on the street for three nights among hundreds of

The Muslim Brotherhood After Mubarak

Portraying the Muslim Brotherhood as eager and able to seize power and impose its version of sharia on an unwilling citizenry is a caricature that exaggerates certain features of the

The Muslim Brotherhood is not a threat

All evidences show that the Brotherhood is a much needed impetus for peaceful democratic reform in Egypt. In contrast, the Egyptian government’s relentless oppression of the Brotherhood as well as

Understanding the Muslim Brotherhood

All eyes are on Egypt's biggest opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood. What are the Brotherhood's goals?

The Brotherhood exposed

The widely viewed TV drama Al-Gamaa, which follows the life of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan el-Banna, has sparked fierce controversy since it started airing at the beginning of Ramadan.

For Egypt, Mubarak’s health and successor are guessing games

Worries over the president, a U.S. ally who has battled Islamic extremism and kept peace with Israel, have risen and ebbed. The recent tension began when he traveled to Germany

Egyptians prepare for life after Mubarak

Their President of 29 years is very ill. But with no nominated successor, an uncertain future awaits, writes Robert Fisk in Cairo

Muslim Brotherhood expands westward

When Egyptian school teacher Hassan al-Banna founded the Muslim Brotherhood in 1928 to teach his fellow Egyptians how to re-discover their Muslim identity and fight British control, he probably never