Egyptian Regime


Muslim Brotherhood Leaders Warn of Consequential Chaos

In continuation of the persistent violations and abuses by the Egyptian security apparatus of human rights and freedoms in Egypt, its troops have today assaulted, beaten and detained  demonstrators supporting

Abul-Fotouh Affirms: Our Demands for Reform Will Continue

Dr. Abdul-Moneim Abul-Fotouh, member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Guidance Office, the top executive body of the MB, affirmed that the campaign of detentions is a continuation of the Egyptian regime’s

State Prosecutor Extends Detention of 17 MB Members

State Security Prosecution has extended by 15 days the detention of 17 members of the MB, including Dr. Rashad El-Bayoumi, professor at the Faculty of Science, Cairo University, and member

Akef Asks Arab Rulers to Take More Positive Attitudes Towards Their Peoples

The Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, Mr. Mohamed Mahdi Akef, has asked Arab regimes to take more positive attitudes towards their peoples, to be on good terms with those peoples

Muslim Brotherhood Agenda is Centered on Comprehensive Reform

Dr. Mohamed Habib, deputy leader of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), confirmed that the MB’s agenda is centered on three major issues, on top of which is the question of political

Akef: Emergency Law Heaviest Scourge on Country

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Chairman Muhammad Akef called on the parliament to nullify emergency law and not to pass alternative legislations. In a press conference, held by the National Front for

Government Postpons Municipal Elections

The Egyptian government refered a draft law concerning the postponement of the municipal elections for two years to be enorsed by parliament. By enacting this bill, the government is aiming

Claims of attack by Egypt’s police grow

Despite a widely publicized campaign to loosen the grip of authoritarian rule, Egypt’s vast and secretive security forces appear to have stepped up retaliation against political activists who challenge the

El-Arian: the Brotherhood’s MPs Deal with any Government

Essam el-Arian, a prominent leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, asserted that the new cabinet reshuffle will not be able to produce real economical reform without fulfilling true political reform in