El Shater Discusses Egypt’s Challenges Following Revolution on Al-Jazeera

Muslim Brotherhood Deputy Chairman Eng. Khairat Al- Shater will appear on Al Jazeera satellite channel's programme "Bela Hodoud" – "Without Borders" presented by host Ahmed Mansour on Wednesday at 8pm

FJP: Imposing Supra-Constitutional Principles A Rebellion Against People’s Will

Freedom and Justice Party leader Dr. Mohammed Beltagy denounced the notion of drafting any supra-constitutional principles to be put forward to an assembly which he said was prompted by liberals

Egypt’s Trial of the Century

The case of the trial of Mubarak has been the anticipated event for all Egyptians and other people from all over the world.

Dia Rashwan, Political Analyst: Arab Revolts against Tyranny Rid the World of Bin Laden

Dr. Dia Rashwan, political expert at Al-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies said that the defeat of al-Qaeda and the murder of Osama Bin Laden, was not the victory

Twitter Says Mubarak Has Left Egypt

A tweet from the UK Guardian said that, according to a source, 'President Mubarak has apparently tendered his resignation.'

Egypt’s Waning Power

Egyptians are struggling to make ends meet, and Egypt can no longer boast of being the foremost political, economic and cultural country in the Middle East.

Egypt’s 2010 Elections – Fraud, Oppression and Hope for Change

Eygpt’s 2010 parliamentary elections will go down in history as a blatant fraud and crime against democracy and the people it represents.

Dr Morsy: Security Services Engaged in Systematic Violence against MB Candidates

Dr Mohamed Morsy, the Muslim Brotherhood's media spokesperson and executive bureau member, has stressed that the Brothers want to hold free and fair elections. The MB is keen to respect

MB Media Spokesman Welcomes Monitoring by Civil Organizations

The Muslim Brotherhood's media spokesman and executive member, Dr Mohamed Morsy, stressed that he rejected US interference in Egypt's affairs including the upcoming parliamentary elections scheduled to take place on

The Arab Tomorrow

The Arab world today is ruled by contradiction. Turmoil and stagnation prevail, as colossal wealth and hypermodern cities collide with mass illiteracy and rage-filled imams. In this new diversity may