Islamic Movements


Arson, Violent Attacks on FJP HQs and Public Figures in Some Egypt Governorates Reprehensible

Egyptian people fended off an unprecedented wave of violent attacks on public and private property and state institutions in various provinces of Egypt.

Impossible Similarity between Freedom and Justice Party and the Dissolved National Party

It is evident that some people hate Islamic movements regardless of what they are or whatever they are about in terms of ideas, ideologies and history. It is a kind

A Sustainable Relationship

Egypt continues to struggle with violence in the wake of political uncertainty and transition. Yet despite the domestic turmoil, there has been a positive development — the relationship between the

Three Big Challenges Threatening the Arab Uprisings

With the fall of Muammar Qaddafi’s headquarters in Bab Al-Aziziyyah in Tripoli on August 23, Libya became the third country to oust its long-serving dictator after the fall of Tunisia’s

MB Leader in Tunisia Draws Parallels with Egypt’s Revolution

According to Rashid Al Ghannouchi, Head of the Renaissance Party (the Muslim Brotherhood in Tunisia), Mubarak’s historical trial will push Tunisians to pressure the government to also try the ousted

Political Education Workshop at Cairo University

The Renaissance Center for Training and Development and the Forum of International Law, affiliated to the Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University, are organizing an intensive course

Politicians: MB Chairman Elected from among Muslim World’s 12 Most Influential

Dr. Mohammed Badie, chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), was ranked 12th most influential Muslim on a public poll that was conducted about the Muslim

Sheikh Qaradawi’s First Interview with .

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

Islamic movements: the Jammat-e-Islami in India – an interview with Ejaz Ahmed Aslam

Ejaz Ahmed Aslam was born in Bangalore (Southern India) in 1943. He obtained an MA in English Literature from Bihar University.

Muslim intellectual Fathi Osman dies in US

Wellknown Egytptian-American intelelctual Dr. Fathi Osman died for congestive heart failure on Saturday at his home in Montrose.