political movements


El-Prince: Ex-Regime Security Elements Endeavor to Terrorize Egyptians Following Morsi’s Election

Certain media outlets seem to conspire with Mubarak-era holdovers and legacy security elements to scare and punish the Egyptian people for choosing someone not affiliated with the corrupt defunct regime.

National Dialogue attendees Disappointed

Saad al-Husseini, from the Muslim Brotherhood's Executive Bureau, stated that although the group participated in the National Dialogue which spanned over a few days the conference was slightly disappointing.

State Commissioner’s Authority calls for dismissal of NDP

According to an article posted in Almasry al Youm the State Commissioner’s Authority on Thursday called for the dissolution of the former ruling National Democratic Party.

The Brotherhood Has Earned Its Place at the Political Table

With Mubarak now out of the Egyptian political arena, and as the Armed Forces battle to establish a new democratic structure, there is much speculation about whether the Muslim Brotherhood

Critics say new text-messaging rules target pre-election political opposition

The Ministry of Communications this week announced new restrictions pertaining to the use of text messaging for the dissemination of cellphone news alerts.

OIC calls for action on Islamophobia

Misunderstanding of minority groups can ‘pit one part of humanity against the other’JEDDAH: The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) has called for joint action by Muslims and the international

Opposition participates in protests against rising prices

Egyptian opposition parties and political movements staged protest marches on Wednesday in Cairo 's poorest area the Matareya district demonstrating their anger over escalating bread prices.

Egypt: Sufi leaders speak out against MB leaders detention

Sheik Mohamed Abdul Khaleq Shabrawy said that the Brotherhood has enjoyed “much popularity” in the Egyptian street and abroad and “are respected by all political movements and trends.

Egypt minister warns of the Brotherhood’s influence on public

CAIRO: Egypt’s Minister of State for Family and Population Moshita Khatab said at a press conference on Sunday that the problem Egypt faces is not about failing to unify public

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