Developments in Egypt


MB Spokesman Optimistic About Meeting Revolution’s Demands

Media spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood Dr. Mahmoud Ghazlan stated that to date a number of demands by the revolutionists have been met although others remain to be achieved.

Free Egyptians Party attacks Muslim Brotherhood at launch conference

At a conference celebrating its recognition by the political parties committee, the Free Egyptians Party (FEP) launched a fierce criticism of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and its Freedom and Justice

El-Erian: Commitment to the Public Will Is the Challenge for the Revolution

Dr. Essam El-Erian, vice-chairman of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), stressed that Egypt is facing a real challenge regarding its commitment to the will of the people.

Panel Discusses the Spirit of the Egyptian Revolution and Methods to Keep it Alive

As protestors in Cairo's Tahrir Square made the decision to end a dictatorial rule and peacefully overthrow the 30 year reign of oppression, tyranny and violence the world looked on.

Slovakia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Downplays Concerns of MB in Power

During a three-day visit to Egypt, Slovakia’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Mikulas Dzurinda, met with the former Secretary General of the Arab League, Amr Mousa, and Mansour el-Essawi, the Egyptian Interior

German Official: MB is an Asset to Egypt’s Upcoming Phase

Speaking to the MENA the President of the Arab-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Rainer Herret stated that the German Government will consider the economic policies adopted by all Egyptian

MB Chairman Reiterates Calls to Rekindle Revolution’s Tolerant Spirit

Reiterating calls to revive the spirit present in Tahrir Square during the Revolution Dr. Mohamed Badie spoke to crowds in Sohag.

Gallup Poll Shows 15% of Egyptians Support MB

A poll conducted after the January revolution which succeeded in toppling Mubarak and his regime, revealed that 15% of Egyptians support the Muslim Brotherhood.

Amr Moussa Rebuts Liberals’ Criticism of MB

Former Arab League Chief Amr Moussa, and could-be candidate for the presidential election, spoke yesterday afternoon confirming his objections to extending the current transitional period objecting also to the proposal

Egyptians Need to Understand Liberty

According to Shadi Hamid, director of research at the Brookings Doha Center since Mubarak's ouster in February, Egypt’s liberals are having a lot of trouble with the transition.