The Determination of the Arab Revolutions

After the relatively swift triumphs of the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions in deposing their dictators earlier this year, other Arab dictators drew a different set of lessons than their populations

Syria’s Torture Methods Reaches All time High

In a bid to stem protestors in Syria, authorities have used various methods of torture against them ranging from beatings, blindfolds, handcuffs and verbal abuse.

Continuing Crisis in Yemen

President Saleh of Yemen has reneged on a deal to make a dignified exit from power, which has brought the people to the streets in violent protest, coming after months

Syria – A Chink in the Armor?

Arab youth are full of hope as uprisings throughout the Middle East remove one tyrant after the other. However, while Tunis and Egypt have had a relatively smooth sail into

The Struggle for Middle East Democracy

It always seemed as if Arab countries were ‘on the brink.’ It turns out that they were. And those who assured us that Arab autocracies would last for decades, if

Tunisia needs International Supervision for the Upcoming July Elections

Two days ago, Dr. Iadh Ben Achour, head of the Tunisian High Council for Political Reforms and the Achievement of the Goals of the Revolution, announced that Tunisia does not

MB Statement on Atrocities Committed by Libya’s Gaddafi, Yemen’s Saleh against their People

The Muslim Brotherhood's hearts are heavy because of the insane war waged by the Libyan regime in which he uses heavy weapons including tanks and artillery against his people who

Egypt is not Iran: Why the revolution won’t turn Egypt into an Islamist state

There is a palpable fear in the West that the ousting of Hosni Mubarak will undermine regional stability and usher in a governing coalition that has Islamist tendencies.

Tunisia’s El Nahda Movement legalized after 20 year ban

The Tunisian Islamist movement El Nahda, which had been formerly banned under the ousted Dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, has finally been legalized allowing the movement to form a

Ben Ali dies in Saudi Arabian hospital

According to reports from France 2 the ousted Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has died at a hospital in Jeddah.