AOHR: Nine Detainees Die of Medical Negligence in Egyptian Prisons in 3 Months

The London-based Arab Organization for Human Rights (AOHR) said on Monday that "Egyptian authorities continue to take the lives of detainees in Egyptian prisons and detention centers in the absence

Egyptian Community in France Holds Morsi Support Conference

Egyptian communities abroad organize various rallies, conferences and other events in support of Brotherhood candidate Dr. Morsi’s presidential bid for Egypt’s top post.

FJP Congratulates Football Team for Qualifying for London Summer Olympic

A delegation from the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), visited the Football Union’s headquarters to congratulate the team on Egypt’s qualification for the 2012 summer London Olympic Games.

MB Urges Interpol to Turn in Former Regime Officials

Indicating the country's determination to deal with past mistakes as it prepares for a new dispensation, the head of Interpol in Egypt Magdy al-Shafey has confirmed that his administration is

London-based MB leader: Egyptian Revolution Will Affect Relations with Israel

Senior London-based MB leader, Mohammad Ghanem said this revolution would not be called a success unless it spreads throughout the entire Middle East and Muslim world.

Islamophobia Rears its Ugly Head Following Foreign Office Visit to MB

Triggering again the face of Islamophobia was the recent visit Thursday by a delegation from the British Foreign Office, to the Muslim Brotherhood’s administrative office in Alexandria.

Tunisia’s El Nahda Movement legalized after 20 year ban

The Tunisian Islamist movement El Nahda, which had been formerly banned under the ousted Dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, has finally been legalized allowing the movement to form a

Fall of former UK minister exposes Labour’s fascist election strategy

Yvonne Ridley views the demise of former British Minister of State for Borders and Immigration Phil Woolas against the background of the Labour Party’s racist and fascist election strategy under

Cultural resistance: Gilad Atzmon in conversation with British music icon Robert Wyatt

Gilad Atzmon talks to legendary British jazz icon Robert Wyatt about music and “people power” as facilitators of change, support for the Palestinian cause and the fear of democracy and

Reaping terror’s reward: get in there first – that’s the secret

Stuart Littlewood looks at how modern terrorism was in fact pioneered by the Zionists and how Israeli and the US behaviours fit the US definition of terrorism like a glove.