FJP’s Rafiq Habib: Elections’ Results Sign of Healthy Political Diversity

Egypt’s historical parliamentary elections, witnessed crowds flocking to cast their votes and express their will. Preliminary results reveal that the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), is leading the polls; results

FJP Receives French Ambassador in Cairo

Dr. Mohamed Morsi, Chairman of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), received the French Ambassador in Cairo, Wednesday evening (9/November/2011), in the context of dialogue on the FJP’s vision of

Commentary: “The Revolution Will Not Be Fetishized”

If the revolutions in the Arab world exposed any one thing, it’s the ease with which social media tools distribute sub-standard levels of commentary on the Middle East to large

Egypt Brotherhood businessman: manufacturing is key | Agricultural Commodities | Reuters

Manufacturing, a trained labour force and enabling the private sector are the solution to Egypt's economic slump, said Hasan Malek, one of the Muslim Brotherhood's leading businessmen.

Sawasya: Ambiguity Surrounds Maspero’s Bloody Sunday As Eyewitness Accounts Conflict

Sawasya Centre for Human Rights confirmed that ambiguity and uncertainty obscure the causes of the Maspero events and how they unfolded due to contradictory testimonies of Egyptian citizens, Muslims and

Muslim Brotherhood Endorses Al-Azhar Document on the Future of Egypt

In a press conference at Al-Azhar Wednesday, a number of key Egyptian political figures and party representatives from across the political spectrum endorsed the document proposed by Al-Azhar last June

FJP Rejects Military Trials for Civilians, Calls for Dialogue

Describing the upcoming period as crucial, the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) stressed that wisdom, understanding and knowledge is essential for the secure transition of power.

What Does the U.S. Want to Talk to the Brotherhood About?

In a confusing set of statements at the end of June, Washington appeared to be taking a bold initiative and denying it at the same time. Secretary of State Hillary

Why the Muslim Brotherhood Are Egypt’s Best Democrats

After the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003, many Western commentators were surprised by the ease with which Iraq's religious movements adapted to multiparty democracy.

Egyptians’ Raised Standards May Be Stumbling Block

Nathan J. Brown, professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University in the United States, cites his optimism concerning Egypt’s future.