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by: Ramadan Al Sherbini 2010-12-1
Cairo: Reeling from a humiliating rout in Egypt's legislative elections, the Muslim Brotherhood, the nation's strongest opposition force despite a ban, said on Tuesday it would pursue a "local and international" legal battle against the Egyptian government to expose alleged vote fraud...

by: Ramadan Al Sherbini 2010-11-18
He was one of 88 members of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s strongest-yet-banned opposition force, who won seats in the 2005 parliamentary elections...

by: Ramadan Al Sherbini 2010-10-23
The Muslim Brotherhood has vowed to campaign for next month's parliamentary elections...

by: Abbas Al Lawati 2010-8-26
On August 19, the Israeli consulate in New York tweeted: #BBC "Panorama" presents arguably the most complete & thorough account of the #Flotilla...

by: Francis Matthew 2010-6-3
The slaughter of 16 civilians from many nationalities on the high seas by Israeli troops should become a tipping point in international opinion...

2010-4-30
Towards the end of his academic career, Bernard Lewis, the famous professor of the Middle East in Princeton University, wrote an essay titled Freedom and Justice in the Modern Middle East. In it he argued that establishing democratic rule in the Arab world isn't only desirable but also real and possible...

by: Marwan Al Kabalan 2010-4-29
Decades ago, Lewis and like-minded scholars preached ‘modernisation' or ‘development' as the answer to the Middle East's woes. In the 1950s and 1960s, basing most of its analysis on Euro-American historical development, the modernisation school argued that the transition from traditionalism to modernity was desirable, unavoidable and, hence, it represented the future of the Arab world..

by: # By Duraid Al Baik, Associate Editor 2010-4-3
Can the human race have a scientific indicator of how much a government, a nation or an institution embraces the core idea of accountability, rights and freedom of expression, rule of law and equality and social justice?..

by: Joseph A. Kechichian 2010-3-17
Hosni Mubarak, the 81-year-old president of Egypt, underwent gall bladder surgery on March 6 in Germany. His recovery, normal for a man his age, sparked rumours that complications prevented a faster recuperation...

by: # By Ramadan Al Sherbini, Correspondent 2010-2-8
Cairo: Police early on Monday arrested at least 14 members of the Muslim Brotherhood,..

2010-2-8
Two recent events have caught the attention of the Egyptian media and fed speculation about the 2011 presidential election in Egypt...

2010-1-26
The exact number of Copts is still considered classified information by Egypt. However, Coptic sources estimate that they are between 15 and 20 per cent of Egypt's 80 million people...

by: Mohammad Abdullah Al Mutawa 2010-1-8
What have been the problems of Arab societies over the last half century? Are they political, economic or social problems, or are they related to all these aspects together?..

by: # By Marwan Al Kabalan, Special to Gulf News 2009-12-1
On Monday, King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussain of Jordan took many by surprise when he issued a royal edict dissolving parliament...

by: Manal Alafrang 2009-11-24
This time Dr Maksoud provided insights into the tragic Palestinian political situation, the lack of Arab and Muslim political will to move effectively to restore justice to Palestinians, the Goldstone report and whether or not it will have an impact on the US...

2009-11-18
A senior member of Egypt’s opposition Muslim Brotherhood, who faces charges of incitement against the government and money laundering, has been released on bail, a judicial source and his party said yesterday...

2009-11-17
Over recent years, speculation has been rife that Mubarak, 81, is grooming his younger son Jamal, a banker-turned-politician, to take over after him. Both Mubaraks have repeatedly denied such claims...

by: Jeffrey Fleishman 2009-10-31
He doesn't seem a radical or a troublemaker, but to the Egyptian government, Abdul Fattah Rizk, a surgeon with a greying mustache and hands pink from scrubbing, is a man to be watched...

by: Andrew Wood 2009-6-14
The Islamic finance industry has been relatively, although not completely, immune to the effects of US subprime problems, the ensuing credit crisis and global economic downturn...

by: Alastair Crooke 2009-6-10
Most Western analysts of political Islam make the same mistake. They instinctively assume that conflict with the West has mainly to do with specific foreign policies, particularly of the US with respect to Israel, the Arab world and Iran, and, if those changed, all would be well...

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