Freedom and Justice Party Condemns Bombing Outside Italian Consulate in Cairo

The Muslim Brotherhood's political wing, the FJP, denounces the military coup regime's vicious attempts to drag Egypt into the deadly spiral of violence and civil war.

Egypt Muslim Brotherhood Martyrs, Patriotic Youth Defending Democratic Transformation

Instigators of violence are no patriotic revolutionaries, just paid thugs and criminals, heavily armed with guns and rifles, bladed weapons and Molotov cocktails, out to wreak havoc and paint a

Egypt Presidency: Consensus on New Constitutional Declaration to Replace November Decrees

Egyptian President Morsi replaces November Decrees with new Constitutional Declaration, but presses on for referendum on new charter, promising a new Constituent Assembly if constitution is voted down.

Amnesty International Demands Independent Investigation Into Rights Violations by Ethiopian Gov’t

The Ethiopian authorities are committing human rights violations in response to the ongoing Muslim protest movement in the country.

Dr. Morsi: Sinai is Priority in Nahda (Renaissance) Project

Egypt’s Freedom and Justice Party Chairman assures the people of El-Arish that a quarter of the Nahda Project is dedicated to the development of Sinai.

Ikhwanweb: Tony Blair’s MB Comments Out of Touch and Misguided

Mr. Blair’s skepticism of the Muslim Brotherhood’s commitment to genuine democracy by stating that “not clear that the type of democracy they [Muslim Brotherhood] would create would be a genuine

Ed Husain – “U.S. shouldn’t have killed al-Awlaki” – CNN.com

Ed Husain says that Anwar al-Awlaki, shown here in 2010, is now an American Muslim martyr. Editor's note: Ed Husain is a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations

Latest Policy Paper:Politics After Al-Qaeda

A Policy Paper written by Faisal Devji, University Reader in History and Fellow of St Antony’s College at the University of Oxford, exclusively for Conflicts Forum.

Ikhwanweb Blog: Thoughts of a Muslim Brotherhood Young Woman about Norway Blast

When I first heard of the massacre that took place in Oslo last Friday, I wasn’t shocked as much as I was irritated. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I

MB Explores Neighborhood Watch Programs in Imbaba

Following the violent clashes in Imbaba the Muslim Brotherhood proposed setting up their own watch scheme.