Muslim Countries


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

Carnegie endowment: US–Egyptian Relations on the Eve of Egypt’s Elections

A recent commentary titled “U.S.–Egyptian Relations on the Eve of Egypt’s Elections” by Michele Dunne senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and editor of the online journal,

Muslim Brotherhood expert discusses Maghreb Salafism

Alaya Allani is a professor of contemporary history at the University of Manouba in Tunis and a specialist in political Islam.

Grand Mufti calls on Muslim countries to resist occupation

The 37Th commemoration of Egypt’s victory over Israel was marked by Egypt’s Grand Mufti Ali Gomaa calling on Muslims to stand up to oppressive occupation and tyranny and to possess

MB leader slams IOF murders calling for worldwide unity and support

In his weekly message Dr. Mohamed Badie the Muslim Brotherhood Chairman, called on the Arab League and Muslim countries to act efficiently and quickly to remove the siege on Gaza

Gaza aid flotilla attack: Israel starts to deport activists

Israel has begun deporting hundreds of activists seized from the flotilla of ships intercepted with lethal force in international waters off Gaza earlier this week.

My Take: Most victims of Muslim religious persecution are other Muslims

The Muslim Brotherhood, for example, is an illegal organization in Egypt and its members are routinely tortured or detained for long periods of time, without any evidence of violence or

Muslims Today: A Radical Reform

In his first Washington appearance since the U.S. government allowed him to enter the country, prominent Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan will join John L. Esposito in a conversation exploring the

Thousands march in Rafah, Damascus in solidarity with Jerusalem

Thousands of citizens participated in a massive rally organized by Hamas Movement in Rafah city, south of the Gaza Strip, on Friday afternoon in solidarity with occupied Jerusalem and the


Islam is the unfortunate scapegoat presented, stereotyped and linked to each catastrophe which so happens to involve an individual Muslim, who by the way may not be a practicing Muslim.