Arab World


President Mohamed Morsi’s Speech in Tahrir Square, Friday June 29, 2012

Cairo – June 29, 2012: Translation of President Mohamed Morsi’s address to the Nation from Tahrir Square during the "Handover of Power" million-man marches and protests, attended by hundreds of

Foreign Policy in Morsi’s Presidential Election Platform

Summary of the foreign policy of the modern Egyptian State, part of the electoral platform of the presidential candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Freedom and Justice Party Dr.

Islamic Women’s Activism in the Arab World

In the Arab world many different actors work to enhance women's participation, agency and authority based on Islamic arguments and references.

Ikhwanweb’s Response to Mona ElTahawy’s ‘Why Do They Hate Us’ Article

Far from constituting a solution, this type of one-dimensional reductionism and stereotyping is one of the problems facing Arab women.

Al-Shater on Dubai TV: Revolution Youth are Renaissance Mainstay, Hope of the Nation

Egyptian presidential candidate Khairat Al-Shater affirmed that the Muslim Brotherhood and the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) are endeavoring to honor the trust vested in them by the Egyptian people

Freedom and Justice Party Rejects Gaza Blockade; Demands Protection for Muslim, Christian Holy Sites in

FJP denounces Egypt’s part in the siege of Gaza; and condemns Zionist attempts to strip Jerusalem of its Islamic identity and to completely Judaize the Holy City by deporting Arab

A Sustainable Relationship

Egypt continues to struggle with violence in the wake of political uncertainty and transition. Yet despite the domestic turmoil, there has been a positive development — the relationship between the

FJP Expresses Concerns to Chinese Officials Following Syria UN Resolution’s Veto

Assistant Secretary General for the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), Osama Yasin emphasized that Chinese government must realize It has lost much of its credit with the Arab world after

Revolution, Rejuvenation and Renaissance – Between Egypt and Japan

Today, Egypt is moving forth through the "revolution", to help herself to real "renaissance" that she missed as she lumbered slowly on a long and winding road of failed modernization

After The Revolution: Egypt Pursues Japan, Learns Lessons of Its Renaissance, Inspires It With Revolution

I visited Japan, almost a year after the tsunami, and after experiencing the Egyptian revolution – right from its inception, and until the moment that marked the passage of one