The Janus-like nature of Arab elections

Three Arab countries that should have very lively political cultures – Jordan, Bahrain and Egypt – have either just held parliamentary elections or will do so later this month. Having

Ex-UN nuclear chief forms reform group in Egypt

Respected worldwide, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and for 12 years the leader of the U.N. nuclear watchdog, Mohammed ElBaradei is positioning himself as a force for change in

Egypt detains Muslim Brotherhood leaders

Thirteen senior members of the Islamist opposition movement in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood, have been detained.

Organ transport law debate continues.

NDP MP Mohamed Khaleel Qoweta also disapproved the drafted law saying that Article 12 will turn the Egyptian people into "human spare parts", pointing out that it also violates the

Egypt blocks Muslim Brotherhood hospital for poors

Construction workers have been hacking away since Monday with heavy duty compressors at the walls of the Islamic Medical Association's Central Charity Hospital, witnesses said. It was due to open

Opposition Muslim Brotherhood and Independents in the People’s Assembly

The People's Assembly, head by Dr. Ahmed Fathi Sorour, will witness the first parliamentary confrontation between opposition MPs and the government with 128 questions loaded with serious accusations to Dr.

Egypt’s MB and their money: where does it come from?

CAIRO: Don’t ask, don’t tell. This is the unspoken policy of the Muslim Brotherhood in terms of where their money comes from. The reason is simple, the Egyptian government has

MB Will Boycott Referendum on Constitutional Amendments

In a statement to Ikhwanweb, Dr. Mohamed Habib, the deputy chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, said that the group decided today to boycott the referendum on the constitutional amendments scheduled