MB Extends Condolences to Egyptians over Maspero Killings

The Muslim Brotherhood's (MB) media spokesman, Dr. Mahmoud Ghozlan, expressed deepest condolences to Egyptians, Muslims and Copts, over the bloody clashes that took place Sunday night in downtown Cairo between

Egyptian Activists Call for Protests against Targeting Unity of the Egyptian People

Egyptian political activists from a campaign supporting Sabahi's presidential candidacy for the 2011 presidential elections, staged a protest on Saturday, January 1, 2011 at 7:00 pm in Shubra, Cairo to

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

The Muslim Brotherhood and political involvement

Working in politics and being preoccupied with public concerns is an important responsibility, especially in the face of oppression and corruption.

Iraq: Protect Christians from Violence

Iraq’s government should bolster security to protect the lives of Christians in Mosul, Human Rights Watch said today.

Who Killed the Egyptians on their Feast Day?

In 1923 a committee was formed to draw up the first Egyptian constitution, but the Wafd (the majority party at the time) announced it would boycott the committee because it

Op-ed: Egypt’s ugly sectarianism face

Sectarianism has struck again in Egypt; in the most gruesome attack in a long time, when six Copts and a Muslim policeman were killed outside a church in the southern

Angry confrontation between Naga’a Hamadi’s deputy and governor.

Qena's deputy and representative in Parliament Georgette Kelleny called for the removal of Qena's governor Magdy Ayoub by public Coptic demand.

Blog of the week: Practice what you preach

As the saying goes: “practice what you preach for” and we do not wish that our authoritarian and racist government or our police state could in any day feel ashamed

The Politics of Minaret

Europe is in the throes of an Islamophobic trend and gathering pace. The Swiss referendum coincides with the rise of far-right parties across Europe.