MB Bloggers


MB Youth, January 25 Activists Hope it Will Be the Start of Significant Change

Once the Muslim Brotherhood announced their participation in the Day of Rage protest scheduled for Tuesday, January 25th, Brotherhood bloggers promoted a banner across Facebook pages entitled "I'm a MB

Blogger accuses Gamal Mubarak’s Office of shutting down his Website

Blogger Amr Osama, of the April 6 Youth opposition movement, accused members of the NDP's policies committee of being behind the irrational shutting down of his blog.

North African bloggers get creative to evade censorship

When confronted with free speech as an act of self-expression, authoritarian powers throughout history have tried to assert their legitimacy and remove threats to their rule through censorship.

Wasla – Egypt’s Magazine for Bloggers without Blogs

Internet blogs are today taking on increasing importance in Egypt. But many readers simply don't have the time to do so much reading online. The new blog magazine "Wasla" is

MB in Egypt refute allegations of affiliation with Nigeria’s so called Muslim Brotherhood

Stories were published today and posted online stirring up and stimulating important intellectual and political discourse among Islamists and in particular the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt who found themselves part

Blogger apologizes for

Egypt has arrested a string of prominent bloggers in the past who criticized security repression or were accused of insulting Islam and the president.

Threat to Social Media in Middle East

Internet Service Provider (ISP) plays an important role in blocking/filtering websites. In its role as a licensed ISP and in response to customer requests, ISPs have a clear policy that

Blogging Truth to Power in the Middle East

I had the honor today of moderating a panel on elections and new media co-sponsored by Google and Freedom House. What made it particularly interesting was the participation of a

Muslim Brotherhood’s mysterious Wikis

The wiki, which is still in its early stages with a little over 1700 accessible articles, provides the Ikhwan perspective of their own history and events in which they were

Internet Activism: The Problem with ‘Techno-Utopianism’

Evgeny Morozov, a Yahoo! fellow at Georgetown University and contributing editor to Foreign Policy, penned a Wall Street Journal essay over the weekend challenging many commonly held conceptions about the