Egypt: FJP Launches Official Party Newspaper

Last Thursday (20/October/2011), the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) rolled out the first (test run) edition of its newspaper, bearing the party's name.

Norway Massacre: The Outcome of Hate or the Beginning?

Downtown Oslo, Norway now resembles one of many war-torn streets around the world; blasted buildings, blown out windows, shattered glass, death and destruction. This is not war-time; however, there is

Bridging the Gap between British Christians and Muslims

Muslims and Christians in Britain are enthusiastically engaged in exciting interfaith projects, ranging from an imams-versus-clergy football match to academic discussions on the Qur’an and the Bible, says Musharraf Hussain.

A just peace, not religion is the solution in the Middle East

Uri Avnery argues that only Palestinian statehood and a just solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict offer a chance to stem the tide of religious fundamentalism that is filling in the

Sheikh Qaradawi’s First Interview with Onislam.net .

This interview with Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi was conducted during the first week of October 2010 at his office in Doha, on the occasion of the official launch of the web

Jordan’s MB offshoot denounces French niqab ban

France's ban on the full-face veils has been deeply condemned by the Muslim Brotherhood offshoot in Jordan who described the ban as an "affront" to dignity.

The Primacy of Values – A Conversation with Ibrahim al-Houdaiby

The importance of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood can hardly be exaggerated. Since its formal creation over eighty years ago, the Brotherhood (MB) has served as a definitive intellectual and organizational model

Memorial to Marwa Sherbini Vandalised

Vandals have attacked an art project erected in honor of Marwa El-Sherbini, a pregnant headscarved Egyptian woman who was murdered in a German court room, organizers said Friday

The Jewish school where half the pupils are Muslim

It’s infant prize day at King David School, a state primary in Moseley, Birmingham. The children sit cross-legged on the floor, their parents fiddling with their video cameras. The head,

Belgian School Fires Teacher for Wearing Veil

Belgium beat France to the face veil ban, looks like the fall out is already being felt.