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The Brotherhood’s Political Authenticity in Jordan

As weeks go by, anti-government rallies in Jordan are attracting more and more protesters and the Muslim Brotherhood is positioning itself to become a leading player among Jordanian lawmakers if

MB offshoot in Jordan set to become lead players among Jordanian lawmakers

With its Friday anti-government rallies here attracting more protesters each week, the Muslim Brotherhood has positioned itself to become a leading player among Jordanian lawmakers if democratic reforms are enacted.

Background Report on Egyptian Civil Society Election Monitoring in Upcoming Elections

The Egyptian government has steadfastly refused to grant international election monitors access to monitor parliamentary elections this week. Senior Egyptian officials have rebuffed repeated requests from US government officials, claiming

Mubarak’s party poised for Egypt poll triumph

Egypt awaited the final results on Tuesday of a parliamentary election that is set to deliver sweeping gains for President Hosni Mubarak's ruling party and all but shut out the

Reporters Without Borders Condemns Harassment of Journalists by Egyptian Ruling Regime

Reporters without Borders condemn an increase in measures to monopolize news and information and suppress freedom of expression in the run-up to Egypt’s parliamentary polls scheduled for 28 November.

Is Gamal Mubarak the best hope for Egyptian democracy?

Egypt's opposition forces and Western advocates of democracy promotion all seem to agree on one thing: Gamal Mubarak should not be allowed to succeed his father Hosni Mubarak as President

Muslim Brotherhood walks a tightrope in Egypt

The election result was also an explicit message to Africa and the West, that the Brotherhood was the only real alternative to power in Egypt.

Mubarak evades queries on successor

Egypt's 82 year old President Mubarak was bombarded with questions regarding his successor by press reporters during his visit to Italy on Wednesday

Egypt’s Opposition Party Turns to Facebook for Support

ABC's Lama Hasan reports from Cairo: To some, social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter are platforms to connect and converse but to others it is a powerful political

ElBaradei for Egypt president?

Whether President Hosni Mubarak runs for re-election in 2011 or gives way to his son Gamal, an opposition party sees UN nuclear watchdog head Mohamed ElBaradei as a strong contender