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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

Uncertainty and optimism in Egypt

After briefly sizing me up as I surveyed his offerings, the street bookseller near Cairo’s Tahrir Square approached me and asked: “Muslim Brotherhood books or revolution books?” I suppose the

CIA Blames Mubarak for Its Failure to Predict Revolution

A recent article in Newsweek cites that the American regime holds the ousted President Hosni Mubarak responsible for the failure of the CIA to predict the Egyptian Revolution, which overthrew

US Politicians Continue to Appease Pro-Israel Lobby, Misjudge the Brotherhood

Granger and Lowey are not the only American politicians who voice skepticism – or even a degree of animosity – towards Egypt after the fall of Mubarak.

US Should Put Money Where Its Interests Lie

The US gives approximately $110?billion a year for the Afghan war and about $3.2?billion for military and economic aid to Pakistan .

New Tactics to Protect US Interests in the Middle East

The US 's long-term dream is to have a constant flow of oil from the Middle East and to keep Israel well-protected and make sure that citizens are content enough

How Western Corporations Have Been Helping Tyrants Suppress Rebellions in the Arab World

Springtime in the Arab world is looking bleaker now that despots in Libya, Bahrain, and Yemen and reactionary elements in Egypt have gained an upper hand against the pro-democracy protesters

Rumsfield fears MB will control revolution

An article in Washington Times cited Former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfield as being concerned that the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt will take over the revolution.

US not Afraid of MB Growing Power in the Region

Declaring the Egyptians right to determine their leader, John Kerry, Chairman of the US Senate foreign relations committee, said that the US is not afraid of the MB's growing power

Son of MB founder: The West Should not Fear the MB

Saif Al-Islam Hassan Al-Banna, son of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), stated that the MB is a school of moderation and facilitation.