Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood


Muslim Brotherhood: We Respect Right to Peaceful Protest and Demonstration

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Headquarters and offices across the country will remain open on August 24 and 25, despite dubious calls by old regime hangovers to attack and vandalize them.

Abdel-Moneim Abdel-Maksoud: Brotherhood Legal Since 1928.

Abdel-Moneim Abdel-Maksoud, Muslim Brotherhood (MB) lawyer, said that, ever since its inception in March 1928, the group insisted on acquiring legitimacy under Egyptian law. He pointed out that the MB

Foolish Suspicion of Political Islam

As Arab countries and especially Egypt continue to struggle their way into a new and hopefully more democratic political order, a persistent theme in commentary in the United States about

Egypt’s Revolutionary Narrative Breaks Down

On the first anniversary of Egypt's revolution, the Semiramis InterContinental, a five-star luxury hotel overlooking Cairo's central Tahrir Square, offered an espresso-stained postcard of the deep political and social divides

Warm Meeting: Dr. Mohamed Badie, Pope Shenouda III; Harmony on ‘Restore Revolution Spirit’

Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Chairman, Dr. Mohamed Badie, met with Pope Shenouda III, Wednesday, at Al-Azhar headquarters, to discuss Al-Azhar’s initiative "Restore Revolution Spirit and Values, and Fulfil Revolution Demands."

30 FJP Candidates Compete in Runoffs Today and Tomorrow

The runoff of the third round of the parliamentary elections will begin Tuesday January 10, 2012. The FJP has 30 candidates running for individual seats.

Dr. Mohamed Beltagy, the Peoples’ Representative

"Have mercy on the Egyptian people.. have mercy on the Egyptian people," roared Dr. Mohamed Beltagy, the then Secretary General of the Muslim Brotherhood’s parliamentary bloc in the 2005 People’s

FJP Chair: FJP Visions for Egypt’s Future

The challenges Egypt is now facing will not stop the march of democracy that began with the blood and sacrifices of Egypt’s great martyrs of the January 25 revolution, in

Dr. Rashad Al-Bayoumi: Mubarak Trial Must Bring Justice to Martyrs

Dr. Rashad al-Bayoumi, Deputy Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), denounced the rush to end legal proceedings against ousted President Hosni Mubarak and his associates, which could negatively affect the

Basem Sabry-Egypt’s Liberals and the Elections- Ahram

While it is important to understand what advantages Islamists had in the elections, it is also important to understand where liberal and secular forces failed