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Heshmat: The West Must not Be Wary of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood

Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Shura Council member Mohamed Gamal Heshmat told Ikhwanweb that "America must not give rise to a new scarecrow in Egypt .

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

SCAF Decided on the Transfer of Authority and Presidential Election in August

The Supreme Council for the Armed Forces (SCAF) has decided on a deadline to achieve the demands of the political powers and the coalition of the youth of 25 January’s

The Brotherhood – Standing Alone in a Sea of Ideologies

For years the Muslim Brotherhood has dominated poor areas of Alexandria and Cairo and now, in post-Mubarak Egypt, they are taking steps to become an official party.

Experts: A change of heart among the Salafists in the aftermath of January 25

Salafists in numerous governorates in Egypt held conferences after the success of the January 25 revolution and chanted slogans like "Egypt is an Islamic state, not a civilian one”, referring

MB to participate in Friday’s Victory celebrations

The Muslim brotherhood has stated that it will participate in the celebrations scheduled for Friday with thousands of others to commend the people’s successful Revolution.

MB Statement on People’s Urgent Demands

The Muslim Brotherhood welcomes the Armed Forces Supreme Council's decision to dissolve the rigged People's Assembly and Shura Council, and form a respected committee to amend specific articles of the

Carter: Egyptian Military Likely to Obey Will of the People

Former US president Jimmy Carter announced he believed the Egyptian military was likely to obey the will of the people.

Egyptian Journalist Hails Role of MB Youth in January 25 Revolution

Under the title "Protesters in Bloody Wednesday clashes in Cairo's Tahrir Square would have been slain but for the fact that young Muslim Brothers defended them", Journalist Bara al-Khatib in

Mohamed ElBaradei joins Egyptian sit-in over police death case

Mohamed ElBaradei, the former head of the UN nuclear watchdog, joined about 4,000 Egyptians at a rare large-scale street protest today, in his most direct challenge to President Hosni Mubarak