Interrogations spark a fierce confrontation between the government and MB bloc

The parliamentary session today witnessed a fierce confrontation between the MPs from the MB Parliamentary bloc and the government regarding the interrogations by the MB MPs on the educational crisis,

Solar power coming to Egypt: Minister

Egypt’s Electricity and Energy Minister Hassan Younes said on Tuesday that the country it looking to expand solar power production for possible export. He added that in order for this

Brotherhood to have appeal of military tribunal

In a surprising development, Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood will get their time in court to appeal against military tribunals that saw leading Deputy Khairat el-Shater and17 other members of the banned

Egypt: Crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood not working

Silence and arrests only serve one purpose: popularization of these groups. They must be given a chance to fail, or succeed. If they are not given this opportunity, then why

The role of Moderate Islamists in the fight against terrorism, case study of the Egyptian

The attacks of September 11, 2001, the wars on Afghanistan and Iraq, and the war on terror, mainly Islamist terrorism, have strained the relations with the Muslim world, which considered

Judge Abdel-Salam Gomaa, Long History of Injustice

Is it a coincidence that Judge Adel Abdel-Salam Gomaa, who ruled to uphold freezing the MB assets, ruled in favor of the government in many high profile cases? The ill-reputed