Landslide Victory for Morsi in Egyptian Expat Vote

Landslide victory in Egyptian expats’ presidential runoff voting indicates impact of higher electorate turnout as Morsi scores 75% of valid votes, after all polling stations abroad have counted ballots.

32,000 Muslim Brothers Detained Under Old Regime Emergency Law

Brutal repression, torture, false imprisonment, illegal confiscation of personal property, travel bans, murder… just a few of the forms of oppression and injustice suffered by tens of thousands of Brotherhood

Lawyers Syndicate Subdivision Elections Favor Brotherhood’s Coalition

While self-styled Egyptian Elite indulge themselves and blame the Egyptian majority for being ‘ignorant’, for choosing ‘the wrong’ men and women to represent them in Parliament, more trade-unionists, students and

Mubarak’s Ticking Bomb

The Egyptian regime is yet to learn that democracy means more than just going through the motions.

A Conversation with Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi

Riyadh, Asharq Al-Awsat- In an extensive interview with Asharq Al-Awsat, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi revealed that he turned down the post of "Muslim Brotherhood guide" on numerous occasions, preferring to remain

First Candidate for Egypt’s Presidency Submits His Papers

The first independent candidate for President in 2011 Lawyer Saeed Abaza, on Wednesday submitted two letters to the People's Assembly and Shura Council, calling for a hearing on his election

Violent Attacks on Media Reported on Egypt’s Black Sunday

Cases of deliberate hindering of journalists trying to cover Egypt’s parliamentary poll November 28 and its runoff December 5 were reported by Reporters without borders on Thursday

What do these elections say about Egypt?

What is one to make of the first round of elections that took place on Sunday?

Egyptian Court Refuses Nomination of Senior Government Official for the Upcoming Parliamentary Elections

The Supreme Administrative Court of Egypt led by Judge Adel Azab accepted the lawsuit lodged by Mahmoud Hamed Diab Kandil against Minister of State for Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Mufid

Analysts Slam NDP’s Decision which Allows Members to Vie for the Same Seat

The ruling National Democratic Party‘s decision to feature more than one candidate to vie for the same seat has been viewed by some as a sign of weakness.