Amr Darrag: Kerry’s Remarks Reprehensible, Fundamentally Wrong

FJP leader Darrag rejects U.S. Secretary of State Kerry’s attempt to appease military coup commanders at the expense of truth and principle.

FJP’s Gazzar Withdraws From DC Conference As Israelis Attend

Prominent Brotherhood and FJP leader Gazzar affirms he steered away from Washington Institute annual conference because organizers allowed Israeli officials to attend, adding that he paid fully for his US

Overtures to Egypt’s Islamists Reverse Longtime U.S. Policy

With the Muslim Brotherhood pulling within reach of an outright majority in Egypt’s new Parliament, the Obama administration has begun to reverse decades of mistrust and hostility as it seeks

FJP Criticises Call For Presidential Candidates to Hold Debate in Washington

The Secretary General of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Dr. Saad Katatny, criticized news that presidential hopefuls including Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, Amr Mousa, Dr. Abdel Monem Abul Fotouh, Hamdeen

WP: Delayed Democracy is the Real Threat In Egypt

Is Egypt imploding? A lot of people in Washington seem to think so, though they are talking about it quietly so far. Their fears are specific: that the Muslim Brotherhood

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

What Does the U.S. Want to Talk to the Brotherhood About?

In a confusing set of statements at the end of June, Washington appeared to be taking a bold initiative and denying it at the same time. Secretary of State Hillary

Hague: Egypt’s Upcoming Phase Defining Point for Region’s Democracy

Discussing the Arab Spring and the Revolution’s witnessed in the Middle East Foreign Secretary William Hague stated that he believed the future of Egypt would decide the extent to which

US Ready to Cooperate With Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood – US Diplomat

A senior US diplomat reiterates Washington's willingness to "cooperate" with Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, and blames the Mubarak regime for Muslim-Coptic sectarian strife

WP: Egyptian Army Prefers Turkish Model, But Will Not Impose It

Washington Post, reported that the ruling Military Council started to release signals that they want the army to continue to play key roles, namely to be the guarantor of the