Muslim Brotherhood Clarifies Contention Points in Article 2 of Constitution

Brotherhood leader and member of the Egyptian panel entrusted with writing the country’s new national charter, Dr. Mahmoud Ghozlan, explains the tug of war between secularists and liberals on the

WP: Egyptian Army Prefers Turkish Model, But Will Not Impose It

Washington Post, reported that the ruling Military Council started to release signals that they want the army to continue to play key roles, namely to be the guarantor of the

Simplistic “With Us or Against Us” World View Quashed by the Arab Spring

The Arab revolutions have challenged many conceptions about change in the Arab world. They have also challenged perspectives regarding several key players in the region, including Al Qaeda and other

The 500 most influential Muslims of the world?

The Amman, Jordan-based Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre in collaboration with the Prince Alwaleed BinTalal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at the Georgetown University, Washington DC, has issued a list of

Syria’s MB Controller to talk about his angry message on Islamic movements close to power

Ali Sadreddine Bayanouni, the General Controller of the Syrian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, beseeched in his message to a handful of Islamic parties and the Brotherhood’s organizations in Arab

Military Tribunals for MB activists!!

In an escalation that reminds us of the dark days of the 1990s in Egypt, when crackdown on dissent was at its hight, Khairat el-Shatter and other senior MB leaders

Dr. Rafik Habib: Coptic Fears Toward Muslim Brotherhood

The Coptic intellectual, Dr. Rafik Habib, said that reports about Coptic fears from the so-called Muslim Brotherhood militias is farcical.

Egyptian Culture Minister, Imaginary and Fabricated Battles

The statements given by the Egyptian Minister of Culture, Farouk Hosni, concerning the issue of the veil, raised a heated and intense controversy; Hosni said, in statements published on "Al-Masri