FJP Statement on November 21st Developments

Now, it has become clearly evident that certain parties are intent on igniting the situation in Egypt’s Tahrir Square by attacking the demonstrators for three days running, with dozens dead

Prosecutor Accuses Adly of Intentionally Killing Protesters

Former Interior Minister Habib Al-Adly was remanded in custody on Thursday for 15 days, pending investigations into charges of ordering security forces to open fire on peaceful protesters in association

Exclusive Part II: Khaled Saeed case investigation

Al-Masry Al-Youm continues its exclusive publication of investigations into the death of Khaled Saeed, the Alexandrian who was allegedly killed by police on 8 June.

14 leading MB leaders remanded in custody; 21 released

Abdel-Monem Abdel-Maksoud, the Muslim Brotherhood's lawyer, condemned the imprisonment of a number of leading MB leaders, indicating it was an infringement of the Constitution.

Egypt: Hamas official not welcome at brother’s trial

Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri has been banned from traveling to Egypt in order to give testimony in the trial of his brother Yousif, who was in Egyptian custody.

Alexandria: 6 arrests in pre-dawn raids

The Egyptian state security forces have escalated their attempts to criminalize and harass more members from the Muslim Brotherhood group in Alexandria during pre-dawn arrests.

Egypt: Ezzat and colleague face prosecutors

Prosecutors charge MB leaders with same host of accusations which members have become accustomed to.

20 MB members arrested in Fayoum

fifteen MB members in Etsa Centre were surprised by a security forces raiding one of the mosques there following Isha prayer and arrested them. Five others were arrested in their

Egyptian Detained For Revealing Facts On A TV Show.

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information said today, that they managed ,

612 MB cases closed in Egypt

Cairo: In an unprecedented move, Egypt 's State Security Prosecution has ordered the close of 612 cases against a number of leading figures and members of the country's outlawed main