Islamist Parties in Power: A Work in Progress – Carnegie Middle East Center – Carnegie

The success of Islamist parties in countries in transition is causing a lot of angst, both among secularists in the region and observers in the West.

Condemning Anti-Jewish Slogans, Ennahdha “Jews in Tunisia are full citizens with equal rights and duties”

At the reception of Mr Ismail Haniyeh at Tunis-Carthage Airport on Thursday 5 January 2011, a handful of individuals among the hundreds of people welcoming Mr Haniyeh raised some anti-Jewish

FJP Officials Meet Former Sudanese Prime Minister

Freedom and Justice Party leaders (FJP), Dr. Mohamed Morsi, Dr. Saad Katatny, and Dr. Essam El-Erian, met Saturday with a delegation from the Sudanese Omma Party led by Alsadeq Almahdy,

Tunisia’s Ennahda Pledges Support For Tourism Sector

Tunisia's Ennahda movement pledged to guarantee civil liberties for all Tunisian men and women, including freedoms of opinion, association, religion and belief, in an effort to dispel concerns about the

Tunisia: Ennahdha Party Chairman’s Speech Delivered at Friday’s Press Conference

Ennahdha party congratulates the Tunisian people who reali sed a new epic achievement though the great turnout to vote which amazed the world, after having sparked the greatest revolution in

Tunisia’s Nahda: Statement Regarding Alleged Election Campaign Infringements in Sfax

Ennahdha Party's Sfax branch has noticed repeated reports of suspect individuals posing as Ennahdha members who approach the public presenting ideas and policies that contradict the Party's intellectual and political

Audacity to Change: Open Letter to President Obama

The Arab world is experiencing a time of epic transformation. Few believed the streets of Tunis would rebel in their lifetimes, let alone simultaneously with Tripoli, Cairo, Damascus, Sana’a and

MB Leader in Tunisia Draws Parallels with Egypt’s Revolution

According to Rashid Al Ghannouchi, Head of the Renaissance Party (the Muslim Brotherhood in Tunisia), Mubarak’s historical trial will push Tunisians to pressure the government to also try the ousted

Do Islamists need a way out?

The Case of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt in Islam and Politics: Renewal and Resistance in the Muslim World, Stimson Regional Voices, Henry L. Stimson Center Washington, 2009, pp 3-16].

Panel Discusses the Spirit of the Egyptian Revolution and Methods to Keep it Alive

As protestors in Cairo's Tahrir Square made the decision to end a dictatorial rule and peacefully overthrow the 30 year reign of oppression, tyranny and violence the world looked on.