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Is the Brotherhood pushing the self-destruct button?

Not long ago the Muslim Brotherhood was the most dynamic opposition force in Egypt. Now, excluded from any meaningful political participation and riven by internal conflict, it is practically indistinguishable

Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr Mohamed Badie mourned the death of Dr. Ali Sabri

Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr Mohamed Badie mourned the death of Dr. Ali Sabri, a renowned Civil Engineers Professor and consulting engineer who passed away yesterday evening

Q+A-The Muslim Brotherhood’s influence on Egyptian politics

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, the world’s oldest Islamist political group, has named a conservative as its new leader, suggesting that the country’s biggest opposition group may lower its political profile and

Morsi: Zionist Lobby behind Attempts to Hinder Civil Society Work in Europe

Commenting on the campaign launched against the Islamic civil organizations in Europe in his statement to Ikhwanweb, MB Executive Bureau Member Dr. Mohamed Morsi affirmed that the attempts to hinder

Ahram Journalists Protest, Request Chair’s Leave

In his statement to Ikhwanweb, MP Mohsen Radi described the assault on journalists of the most popular Egyptian and Arab newspaper Al-Ahram at the hands of its workers as a

Morsi: Middle East and Western Countries are Equal in Terms of Dialogue

Dr. Mohamed Morsi (Member of the MB Bureau), in an exclusive statement to Ikhwanweb, has emphasized the equality of Eastern and Western countries in the terms of dialogue with MB.

Resistance Movements Unite! Cairo International Conference and Liberation Forum

The political forces, popular committees, civil society organizations, and independent personalities, of the Egyptian Organizing Committee of the Cairo International Conference and Liberation Forum, declare the following principles as the