Egyptian Opposition


Egyptian Opposition: Execution of Croatian hostage strongly condemned

 ISTANBUL – The Egyptian opposition strongly condemns the execution of Croatian hostage Tomislav Salopek who was kidnapped July 22 in Cairo, and reportedly beheaded by militants affiliated with ISIS in

Ennahdha Party Statement on Events in Egypt

Tunis, 1 July 2013 Egypt is going through a period of acute political tension reaching its peak over the last few days with the start of an open sit-in by

Muslim Brotherhood’s Mahmoud Hussein: Opposition Does Not Believe in Democracy

Translation of Excerpts from the Muslim Brotherhood’s interview with the Egyptian newspaper ‘Akhbar Al-Youm’ on Saturday.

Hamas Urges Egyptian Opposition to Stop Circulating Lies against It

Palestinian Hamas congratulates Egyptians on the safe return of seven soldiers kidnapped earlier in Sinai, and calls for a halt in the hostile media campaign against Gaza government.

Egypt Opposition Praises FJP Commitment to Democractic Principles

Egyptian partisan figures welcomed the establishment of the MB’s “Freedom and Justice Party” (FJP) as an important addition to the political and partisan life in Egypt.

MB Chairman: MB Vows to Defend the Civility of the State Even Against Military Junta

Dr. Mohammed Badie, Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood attended the public conference that was held at the Mosque of Amr Ibn al-Aas in Cairo, and he said that the Muslim

Arab League Chief Recognizes MB Dominance

Arab League Secretary Amr Mousa has stated that if he was elected as Egypt’s next President he would break with former President Hosni Mubarak's reliably amenable policies toward Israel.

France – A New Ally for the Middle East ?

France has recently opened the door for dialog with any Muslim movement beyond its shores that renounces violence.

New governors sworn in Saturday

In response to the demands of opposition forces and political activists PM Essam Sharaf removed several governors appointing nine army officers and eight police officers in addition to civilians.

MB chairman: No deal cut with Army

Dr Mohamed Badie chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood denied allegations of a deal between the group and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) concerning the upcoming parliamentary and