Muslim Brotherhood: Badie Gunshot False ‘Report’ Part of Ongoing Hostile Media Campaign

Anti-Brotherhood hate endeavors continue, with dubious ‘news’ websites reporting falsely that Chairman Badie was shot outside the group’s Guidance Bureau HQ.

In Response to ElBaradei’s Comment, Law Experts Assert Constituent Assembly All-Inclusive, Parliament Fully Legitimate

Surprised at Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei’s remarks in which he seemed to throw doubt on the legitimacy of the recently elected Egyptian parliament, and his open criticism of the Constituent Assembly,

Activists Launch E-Protests Against Military Trials for Civilians

Egyptian activists launched a Facebook campaign with the title "No to the military tribunals for civilians," where they agreed to post their slogan for an hour-long "electronic demonstration" last Saturday

Arab Youth – Changing Worldwide Perceptions

Change has definitely come to the Arab world and it has come at the hands of the youth. They are not just changing the political scene, but also how Westerners

Al-Shater’s website calls on MB members to share their thoughts

Deputy chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood Eng Khairat Al-Shater, called on all MB members to participate with him and put forth ideas with regards to the mission assigned to him

US Secretary of State welcomes MB if elected by people through democratic elections

A recent dialogue between US secretary of State and former US first lady Hilary Clinton has revealed that the US may have had a change of heart following its former

US Intelligence Largely Unaware of Truth about the Muslim Brotherhood

Concerned about a potentially volatile Middle East, the US’s top intelligence officer James Clapper was forced last week to clarify a statement he made about Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood.

The Egyptian Government Should Reveal The Fate Of Wael Ghoneim

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information expressed deep concern over the disappearance of the Egyptian citizen Wael Ghoneim, regional marketing manager of Google American group in the Middle East

Twitter Says Mubarak Has Left Egypt

A tweet from the UK Guardian said that, according to a source, 'President Mubarak has apparently tendered his resignation.'

Egypt – How Did We Get Here?

History is being made in Egypt. What is happening now is undoubtedly a popular revolution against a dictatorship that has been stifling Egyptians for decades.