Amr Hamzawy


Katatni Heads Delegation of Political Parties and Movements in Gaza Support Visit

A delegation of Egyptian politicians visits Gaza Monday headed by FJP Chairman Katatni to show support and solidarity with besieged Palestinian people being savagely attacked by Israeli forces from the

Muslim Brotherhood Seeks Registration as an NGO

According to Muslim Brotherhood leaders, the organization seeks to be amongst the first establishments to secure its legal status as a registered charitable and non-profit civil society association.

People’s Assembly Approves Bill to Criminalize All Forms of Torture & Stiffen Punishments

MP Subhi Saleh says Egyptian People’s Assembly has approved draft amendments to criminalize all forms of torture and to streamline and simplify legal procedures.

Another FJP Leader Assaulted by Strangers

Dr. Ahmed Abu Barakah, legal adviser to the Freedom and Justice Party, was assaulted and dragged in the street near the Interior Ministry in central Cairo by a number of

Three Opposition Parties Form Coalition For Upcoming Parliamentary Elections

The news website Al-Masreyoun (The Egyptians) learnt that consultations are being held between the heads of three liberal parties to form a coalition in the upcoming parliamentary elections in September,

MB and guests to discuss challenges faced during transition at AUC

Media Spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood Dr. Essam el-Erian will be attending Tuesday evening, the second in a series of seminars organized by the American University in Cairo following the

Egypt’s Political Future: The Parliamentary Elections and Beyond

Opposition activity is heating up as Egypt moves closer to parliamentary elections on November 28. But as voters prepare to head to the polls, the Egyptian government has tightened restrictions

Brotherhood Enters Elections in a Weakened State

As the November 28 elections approach, the Muslim Brotherhood appears conflicted and troubled compared to its state before the 2005 parliamentary polls. Many in Egypt were taken aback by the

Who’s running Egypt?

An odd article ran a week ago in al-Shuruq, one of Egypt's daily newspapers. Headlined simply "Who is Running Egypt in Mubarak's Absence?!" the article examined the constitutional situation in

Brotherhood delays debate

A group of young members within Egypt's opposition Muslim Brotherhood on Tuesday postponed an online reform debate, exposing a rift with elders determined to avoid open confrontation with the state.