Diab: Morsi Chances in Presidential Race Very High

Rejecting as false Egyptian media reports that the Muslim Brotherhood’s popularity is fading and its presidential candidate has no chance of winning, a distinguished FJP lawmaker affirms that most opinion

Al-Shater: Our Hands are Extended to All for Dialogue and Cooperation

The Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate for Egypt’s top job, Al-Shater, vows to honor international and bilateral agreements to which Egypt is signatory, while ambiguity on the political scene makes it difficult

Rady: Refusing Mosque Filming Wrong

MP Mohsen Rady denounced Egyptian Ministry of Awqaf’s decision to refuse director Ahmed Abdullah the right to film a movie scene inside a mosque, stressing, “We must support the mission

Civil Disobedience, Causes and Implications of Failure

Activists called for civil disobedience to coincide with the first anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, with a number of youth figures and movements announcing that civil disobedience is the only

Badie to US Ambassador: Actions Not Words Will Help US Restore Its Credibility in Muslim

Dr. Mohamed Badie, Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), met with Mrs.Anne Patterson, U.S. ambassador in Cairo, Wednesday morning. The meeting was attended by Dr. Mahmoud Hussein, MB Secretary General,

PBS Interview with Shadi Hamid: Why Is America Reaching Out to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood?

As the final results of Egypt’s parliamentary elections come in this week, the country’s Islamists are walking away the biggest winners.

Esposito, Al-Ahram: The Real Questions for Egypt

In an interview with Ezzat Ibrahim, John L. Esposito*, a leading American scholar of Islamic affairs, examines the aftermath of the upheavals of the Arab Spring and the rise of

Deputy Patriarch of Coptic Catholics: FJP Seeks Balanced Consensus Parliament, its Main Concern the Interests

Bishop Yuhanna Qultah, Deputy Patriarch of Coptic Catholics in Egypt, welcomed the arrival of Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) members to the first post-revolution parliament,

Sawi: It is Necessary to Direct Zakat Money to Eradicate Poverty

Abd Al-Hafiz Al-Sawi, an economist with the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), in an interview in the BBC’s 'Open Agenda' program, discussed use of Zakat (giving of alms) as a

Democracy: One of the Objectives of Shari`ah?

Away from the approach of prohibiting and revoking, or the approach that exploits the legitimization of tyranny, Dr. Ahmed Al-Raysouni considers the issue of democracy, or democratic organization, in relation