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by: Asharq Al-Awsat, 2005-11-13

The Muslim Brotherhood… should we fear them?
The question in itself may reflect some sort of danger of the Muslim Brotherhood, but we need to step back and analyze effectively. The recent parliamentary elections have been different this time with a clear attendance by all parties. All candidates present their programs without fearing a potential victory and imprisonment. They proudly march ..


by: Asharq Al-Awsat, 2005-11-15

Muslim Brotherhood Expected to Win Parliamentary Elections

By Majdi al Al and Jamal Shaheen

 


Cairo, Asharq Al-Awsat- More than 10 million Egyptians went to the polls on Tuesday in elections which pit the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) against the Muslim Brotherhood in the second-round of the parliamentary elections with a total of 133 seats still up fo..


by: Asharq Al-Awsat, 2005-11-15

Egypt is failing election exam

It was appropriate to begin November 9 at a polling station inside a school in the Cairo neighbourhood of Bab al-Sheiriyya. After all, that was the day that Egypt was to take an exam in democracy as Egyptians voted in the first round of parliamentary elections.

This year’s parliamentary elections were the big test because they came at the end of a ..


by: Asharq Al-Awsat, 2005-11-18

Asharq al Awsat Interview with Former CIA Director James Woolsey

By Munir al-Mawari in Washington

(Q): There is a perception in the Arab world that the US has failed in Iraq. what are your thoughts on that?


(A) Nonsense. The Shia and the Kurds, which is 80% of the country, are having their portions of the country function reasonably well. The election January 30, wh..


by: Asharq Al-Awsat, 2005-11-23
With U.S government officials and research organizations showing great concern for the results obtained by the banned Muslim Brotherhood in the Egyptian parliamentary elections currently underway..

by: Asharq Al-Awsat, 2005-11-23
The Muslim Brotherhood will not turn its back on other opposition parties in Egypt after its success at the polls, according to Dr. Issam al Aryan a prominent member.

Speaking to Asharq al Awsat, he sought to assuage the fears of opposition parties and indicated that the Brotherhood will continue its coordination to achieve reform...


by: Asharq Al-Awsat, 2005-12-4

The Muslim Brotherhood on the verge of victory (Part 1 of 3)Ahmed Al-Rabei 
 
 The choice of Egypt’s ballot boxes should be respected regardless of the results. The Muslim Brotherhood should also be treated as a legitimate political bloc since it has achieved its gains through the ballot box, irrespective of other minor details or our personal position towards it. Democracy..