An Interview on Freedom & Citizenship in Islam .

In a special interview with, the Islamic thinker Rashid Al-Ghannoshi, Head of the Tunisian Renaissance Movement, said that it is important to review many widespread concepts that are considered

Re-run of the MB controversial series is postponed till after the elections

According to Osama Al-Sheikh, director of the state-run Egyptian Radio and Television Union , re-runs of the controversial Muslim Brotherhood TV series "The group" aired in the month of Ramadan,

MB students launch new reform and awarness campaign across university campuses

Muslim Brotherhood (MB) students launched new campaign across universities’campuses called “The Reformers” or “Islahyoon” in Arabic, to promote their message of peaceful reform and cooperation

Contradictory accounts over Al-Azhar’s ban on Muslim Brotherhood book

Recent Contradictory accounts have revealed that a recent book on the Muslim Brotherhood by author Ibrahim El-Kholany has been rejected by Al-Azhar Islamic Research Academy based on orders from state

US scholar David Ottoway writes on: Egypt at the tipping point

"Egypt at the tipping point" was the title of David Ottoway's newest study at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. The paper comes in a series of published articles

Egypt TV Show Stirs Debate over Muslim Brotherhood

The bearded young cleric yells at a young woman for lifting her traditional veil from her face while speaking to him on the street, and rants against Egyptians who adopt

Cops, Robbers … and the Muslim Brotherhood?

Why the Egyptian government's propaganda version of CSI revealed more about its own paranoia than about its enemies.

Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Memoir best-seller after airing of TV Series

The airing of Egypt 's controversial TV series "The group" showing the life of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna has triggered a surge in the group's book sales. The show

MB series the Group fails to have state’s desired negative impact

With approaching parliamentary and presidential elections politics has become the focus of all conversations in Egypt . Unsurprisingly, any discussion about politics rarely comes without a mention of the Muslim

The Brotherhood exposed

The widely viewed TV drama Al-Gamaa, which follows the life of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan el-Banna, has sparked fierce controversy since it started airing at the beginning of Ramadan.