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by: John L Esposito 2012-1-2
In an interview with Ezzat Ibrahim, John L. Esposito*, a leading American scholar of Islamic affairs, examines the aftermath of the upheavals of the Arab Spring and the rise of the Islamists in Egypt and Tunisia..

by: Graham Usher 2010-9-6
Abu Raad's home is built of mud. Hewn from concrete splits, water and sand, the artifice is necessary because of an Israeli siege that bars all raw materials into the Gaza Strip...

by: Hani Mustafa 2010-8-26
When Wahid Hamid announced that he was writing a television serial about the organisation of Al-Ikhwan Al-Muslimoun (the Muslim Brothers) over a year ago, there was much hubbub all across society...

2010-8-13
The countdown to the legislative elections scheduled for November has started, with the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) and the opposition, both secular and Islamist, already in rehearsal for the day when close to 30 million eligible voters cast their ballots to select their representatives in the country's new parliament...

2010-8-12
The Coalition of Egyptian Opposition Parties (CEOP), which includes the official opposition parties of the Wafd, Tagammu, the Nasserists and Democratic Front, held a one-day conference on 8 August calling upon President Hosni Mubarak to respond to calls aimed at amending the 1956 law regarding exercising political rights...

by: Khalil Al-Anany 2010-8-6
The Muslim Brotherhood habitually tries to capitalise on the "downtime" of transitional periods in Egyptian history...

by: Mohamed El-Sayed 2010-7-8
Two plainclothes police officers who eyewitnesses say beat 28-year-old Khaled Said to death in Alexandria on 6 June have been charged with "illegal arrest, using physical torture and brutality". Warrant Officer Mahmoud Salah and Sergeant Awad Ismail were then referred to Alexandria Criminal Court, according to a statement issued on Saturday by the prosecutor-general's office...

by: Gamal Essam El-Din 2010-7-2
Following weeks during which Mohamed El-Baradei seemed to disappear from the public eye, the former director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) paid a high-profile visit to Alexandria on 25 June...

by: Mohamed El-Sayed 2010-3-9
More and more conservative religious channels are appearing on the small screen, changing the way people consume religion, writes Mohamed El-Sayed...

by: Mohamed Abdel-Baky 2010-3-6
The Labour Party is back, at least according to one of its factions. Mohamed Abdel-Baky reviews the reality behind the sound-bites...

by: Abdel-Moneim 2010-3-3
In El-Baradei we find an authentic liberal. He is a staunch believer in the civil and even secular state. There is no equivocation or wavering in his support for the separation of powers and checks and balances between the authorities of government, for a state that does not intervene much in the lives and fundamental freedoms of individuals, and hence in a state that regulates but does not manage the economy...

by: Gamal Essam El-Din 2010-3-3
Among the UNHRC recommendations approved by Egypt is the ending of the state of emergency in place since 1981...

by: Amr Hamzawy 2010-3-3
The regime is not interested in completely eliminating the Muslim Brotherhood, and therefore it uses its executive and legal instruments to contain the Brotherhood's organisational efficacy and political and social influence...

by: Hossam Tammam* 2010-3-2
The remarkable unity displayed by the Muslim Brotherhood is no accident...

by: Hossam Tammam 2010-2-19
At first glance, the crackdown by the Egyptian authorities on the Muslim Brotherhood closely resembles earlier security campaigns...

by: Salama A Salama 2010-2-19
The presidential elections campaign has started, albeit unofficially. As President Hosni Mubarak toured various projects in the south and north of the country, he called on other parties to get ready for the elections...

by: Amira Howeidy 2010-2-12
The latest security clampdown on the Brotherhood's leadership heralds an even tougher policy...

by: Khalil El-Anani 2010-1-31
After a difficult and protracted interlude the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) elected a new supreme guide, Mohamed Badei...

by: Salama A Salama 2010-1-30
It was brave of Georgette Qillini to challenge the worn-out practices of the National Democratic Party (NDP) during the debate on Nagaa Hammadi. Despite attempts by the NDP majority to shut her up, Qillini held her ground, proving to us all that there are women in public work who are still willing to stand up and be counted...

by: Gamal Essam El-Din 2010-1-29
Considered by many a conservative academic who will avoid confrontation with the regime, Mohamed Badei, the 67-year- old newly-elected supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), used his first week in office to attack the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP)...

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