Opposition Movement


Protestors demand trial of Mubarak and officials on Friday’s Save the Revolution

The call for a second million man march was heard by Egyptians who returned in their thousands to the scene of the January 25 Revolution Cairo's Tahrir Square.

Government behind daughter’s photos: ElBaradei

Mohamed ElBaradei, the former UN nuclear chief turned Egyptian reformer, accused the government of publishing pictures of his daughter in a swimsuit and at events with alcohol in reply to

Muslim Brotherhood starts own social networking site

The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's influential Islamist opposition movement, will launch its own social networking site next month to promote moderate Islam, an official said on Wednesday.

Shura elections final results conclude well rehearsed play

Ten candidates from the Wafd Party and 14 from the Muslim Brotherhood opposition movement all appear to have lost, while run-off elections are expected to be held in five different

Ending political monotony

The regime is not interested in completely eliminating the Muslim Brotherhood, and therefore it uses its executive and legal instruments to contain the Brotherhood's organisational efficacy and political and social

Row in parliament over organ transplant bill

Parliamen witnessed altercations among NDP over a draft law aimed at regulating human organ transplants.

Kefaya coordinator retains seat for another year

CAIRO: The Kefaya Movement for Change’s coordinating committee renewed Wednesday incumbent coordinator Abdel Halim Qandil’s term for one more year amid tension between the opposition movement’s leaders.

Powerful Islamic movement sees leadership struggle

The Middle East's most powerful Islamic political movement is undergoing a leadership struggle as young, more moderate activists try to push the Muslim Brotherhood to soften its fundamentalist ideology and