After The Revolution: Egypt Pursues Japan, Learns Lessons of Its Renaissance, Inspires It With Revolution

I visited Japan, almost a year after the tsunami, and after experiencing the Egyptian revolution – right from its inception, and until the moment that marked the passage of one

Message to Muslims: I’m Sorry

Many Americans have suggested that more moderate Muslims should stand up to extremists, speak out for tolerance, and apologize for sins committed by their brethren.

Monofeya MPs unite with students in front of Parliament

Representatives from the MB parliamentary bloc participated in a rally with Monofeya students.

Egypt: Human rights activist and journalist, Hamdi Taha arrested in Aswan

Repressive measures against journalists and human rights activist have now become common currency in Egypt, where neither domestic nor international laws are respected.

Activists subjected to sexual assaults and harassments by State security

Abdel Rahman Fares and Jannet Abdul Alim from the April 6 Youth movement are the latest victims of sexual assault and harassments by state security.

Demonstrators detained escalate to 92

The latest count of the number of detainees arrested during demonstrations has spiraled out of control reaching 92 as security continued dragging in innocent civilians.

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.

Appeal of Dr. Osama Nasr rejected

The Misdemeanor Court chaired by Chancellor Mohamed El-Toni decided to reject the appeal submitted by the defense team against the decision to arrest Dr. Osama Nasr, of the MB Guidance

Egypt bans brotherhood leader from travel.

Muslim Brotherhood members have repeatedly been denied permission from travelling abroad by the government in yet another demonstration of human rights violations.

Debunking Israeli Hasbara

In a much-appreciated effort aimed at highlighting and exposing Israeli racism and terrorism against the Palestinian people, many university campuses around the world are marking Israel’s apartheid week