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Anglican Church to Discuss Political Platform with FJP

In a bid to encourage dialogue, cooperation and integration with the whole community, the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and its Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), have agreed to join a meeting

Following Border Attack, FJP Criticizes Diplomat for Dining With Israeli President

Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) leaders slammed Egypt’s Deputy Ambassador to Israel Mustafa Alkony attending a Ramadan Iftar hosted by Israel’s President Shimon Perez in Jerusalem.

MB Hosts Iftar Honoring Revolution Martyrs

The Muslim Brotherhood Chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie hosted an Iftar remembering and honouring the victims that were killed in the January 25 Revolution on Saturday at the group’s headquarters in

Muslim Brotherhood, Political Party Reach Out To Egyptians In Ramadan

The holy month of Ramadan is witnessing extensive community outreach activities by both the Muslim Brotherhood and Freedom and Justice Party, which include much more than the group's Ramadan banquets.

Family of a New Torture Victim in Alexandria Complains to Attorney General

The family of 19-year-old Ahmed Shaaban el-Kota submitted a complaint to the General Prosecution accusing police officers in Sidi Gaber police station of arresting and detaining their son for six

The coming Cairo autumn

Political openings in Egypt over the last 30 years have come in waves. Swelling and then retreating, they have had little permanence.

Gamal Mubarak and the Discord in Egypt’s Ruling Elite

Whether Gamal Mubarak will be the ruling National Democratic Party’s (NDP) candidate in the 2011 presidential election is one of the most discussed questions in Egypt today.

MB online petition secures 700,525 signatures nearing 1 million target

The Muslim Brotherhood's online campaign to gather signatures in support of the National Association for Change's "Seven Demands for Reform" charter has attracted attention both in Egypt and abroad.

Could Egypt’s election lead to a dynastic succession?

Doubts have been raised about Egypt's 82-year-old president's health and whether he will be fit enough to stand for re-election in 2011. Various factions might hope to step into any

The Wrong Threat

The misnamed "Ground-Zero Mosque" debate continues with verbal religious attacks from all sides. Responding to claims that Political Islam is the new communism, Zachary Karabell offers a pre-9/11 American view