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Ganzouri Government Performance Weak, Shaky; Withdrawing Confidence is Only Solution

Dr. Ahmed Fahmi assures «Freedom and Justice» newspaper that efficiency standards will govern the selection of new press leaders, and that changes are on the way in the Human Rights

The Brother Leader, By The Majalla

Liberals view him as an uncompromising religious conservative and even within the Muslim Brotherhood some doubt his ability to lead. Will Mohamed Badie succeed in uniting the Muslim Brotherhood and

Why Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood isn’t the Islamic bogeyman

Western fears of Islamist takeover in post-Mubarak Egypt are unfounded. During recent protests, the Muslim Brotherhood has demonstrated a commitment to peaceful political participation.

Academics wonder if court ban on university guards be followed through

A recent court ruling barring guards and security personnel from university grounds is being celebrated by students, academics and intellectuals despite controversy about its enforcement.

After Mubarak

Walking through the sweltering heat of the city’s streets, a visitor sees few signs that change is on the way in Egypt. Outdated posters of a young Hosni Mubarak –

The Primacy of Values – A Conversation with Ibrahim al-Houdaiby

The importance of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood can hardly be exaggerated. Since its formal creation over eighty years ago, the Brotherhood (MB) has served as a definitive intellectual and organizational model

The Cop on the Banks of the Nile

No great upheaval has taken place in the Egypt of Hosni Mubarak. But the country has stagnated, and some of its children have blamed the U.S. and embraced terror..

Is Mubarak Really a Force of Stability?

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