Prison hospital assessed, Mubarak’s names removed from public places and daughter-in-laws summoned

Egyptian Prosecutor-General Abdel-Magid Mahmoud has appointed a leading forensic doctor to assess the state of the Tora Prison hospital contemplating the transfer of the ousted Mubarak there.

Hams in Algeria rejects foreign intervention

Algeria’s Hams has stated that it rejects any foreign intervention in Bahrain to contain the anti-government protests.

Bayanouni to Ikhwanweb: Syrian Revolution a Long-Awaited Duty

Former Syrian MB Controller Ali Sadruddin Bayanouni noted that the demonstrations which swept across Syria yesterday are a legitimate and long-awaited right of the Syrian people against Syria's violent and

Brotherhood Hopeful Libyan Protestors Will Succeed if No Foreign Interference

The Muslim Brotherhood has requested that the Arab League and Arab countries intervene in Libya to end the crisis, but at the same time, it warns the West not to

MB offshoot in Jordan set to become lead players among Jordanian lawmakers

With its Friday anti-government rallies here attracting more protesters each week, the Muslim Brotherhood has positioned itself to become a leading player among Jordanian lawmakers if democratic reforms are enacted.

MB calls on Arab League to intervene in Libya

A prominent member of the Egypt-based Muslim Brotherhood’s Executive Bureau has called on the Arab League and Arab countries to intervene in Libya to end the crisis, but warns the

Spokesman downplays ousted Mubarak’s wealth

Spokesman for ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has denied allegations by the media concerning reports on his vast wealth. Media reports said Mubarak had transferred his wealth reported to be

Muslim Brotherhood rejects Khamenei’s attempt to hijack the revolution

The Muslim Brotherhood is more interested in expressing its solidarity with its secular co-revolutionaries than its Iranian co-religionists. This isn’t an Islamic revolution, they say — stating the obvious. It’s

Egyptian Nobel Laureate Zewail Presents 5-Point Initiative on Egypt’s Crisis

In an interview with the Middle East News Agency (MENA) in Cairo, Egypt, Monday, Feb 7, Egyptian Nobel prize winner, Ahmed Zewail, denied the possibility of running as a presidential

Egypt protesters honour ‘martyrs’ in Tahrir Square

Egyptians from all walks of life filled central Cairo’s Tahrir Square, young and old, rich and poor, a vast swathe of society, have decided to honor the martyrs of the