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by: Khaled Salam 2008-8-12
The Council for the National Interest (CNI), founded by former Congressman Paul Findly, launched a campaign to lobby U.S. Congress to stop U.S. aid to Israel unless Israel “follows through with measures that are deemed essential for peace” according to the petition sent to members of Congress...

by: Khaled Salam 2008-8-11
The ongoing controversy in the U.S. surrounding resignation of Mr. Mazen Asbahi, Muslim-outreach advisor to presumptive democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama, is quite intriguing...

by: Khaled Salam 2008-4-1
An old Chinese Proverb says “fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me” The Egyptian government has been fooling a whole country for over half a century, so shame on us...

by: Khaled Salam 2008-1-16
The American people need to realize that Israel is no longer vital for their interests as their leaders want them to believe. If anything, Israel became a major threat to US interests and its national security. The unwavering US support of apartheid Israeli policies is the main source of Anti-Americanism sweeping across the Muslim and Arab world. The US lost 3000 innocent citizens on 9/11 because of its support to Israel...

by: Khaled Salam 2007-10-25
However, Marc Lynch and Abdel Monem Said Aly’s characterization that "the MB a divided organization struggling to define its goals and its strategies in the face of both internal disagreements" is misleading. When members of the MB speak their minds and publicly express their different views; it should not be interpreted as division but rather freedom of expression in action within the MB, which, in contrast, reflects the group’s internal strength...

by: Khaled Salam 2007-10-9
The MB is not only supported by middle class and the poor for the social services it provides but it also has strong presence among the Egyptian elite including academicians, professionals and businessmen. In recent parliamentary elections in 2005, the MB candidates won in many affluent districts in major cities like Cairo and Alexandria where per capita income is the highest in the country, in addition of course to the poor areas...

by: Khaled Salam 2006-3-18
Since its conception in 1928, the Muslim Brotherhood has always struggled to revive Islam and apply its noble principles in the daily life of ordinary Muslims. The wake up call by the Muslim Brothers touched upon the hearts and minds of millions of Muslims around the world. The Muslim Brotherhood helped spreading a spirit of moderate conservatism across Islamic societies...

by: Khaled Salam 2006-9-25

Khalid Amayreh uncovers some of the hidden policies at Al Jazeera English website which, if proven true, will be a major disappointment for millions of Arabs and Muslims throughout the world who are anxiously awaiting the birth of Al Jazeera’s International English satellite TV channel...


by: Khaled Salam 2006-10-13
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by: Khaled Salam 2006-11-6
Whether Saddam’s lives or dies is something that the Iraqi people could care less for at this time. The people of Iraq should not be distracted or become even more divided over Saddam’s fate. They should rather be focusing on bringing their country together in order to put an end to the bloodshed, which is claiming more innocent lives, more than those who were killed at the hands of Saddam. The country is in ruins and on the verge of sectarian war, thanks to the American taste of freedom. Saddam was removed to be replaced by a puppet and ineffective regime that is not able even to secure itself, let alone securing and protecting an embattled nation torn apart by sectarian violence...

by: Khaled Salam 2006-11-12
The U.S. vetoed UN draft resolution condemning the Israeli massacre in Beit Hanoun, which killed 18 members of a Palestinian family and wounded scores others, mostly women and children, in cold blood. John Bolton, the U.S ambassador to the UN, told the Security Council “The resolution does not display an evenhanded characterization of the recent events in Gaza, nor does it advance the cause of Israeli-Palestinian peace"...

by: Khaled Salam 2007-1-6

After exposing recent torture cases committed by police officers in Mubarak’s regime; authorities in Egypt blocked access to Ikhwanweb throughout the country since early this morning...


by: Khaled Salam 2007-1-11

The ongoing offensive against Muslim Brotherhood leading figures, businesses, financial interests and institutions represents new episode of oppression by the tyrannical and ailing regime in Egypt against its own people, their freedoms and basic rights...


by: Khaled Salam 2007-1-11

Contrary to what most Americans and the rest of the world had hoped for, president Bush once again defied the common sense and made another mistake by sending more troops to die in Iraq. The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt objects to the US plan of troops surge in Iraq and believes that implementing the recommendations of the Iraq Study Group (ISG) , which the President did not fully adopt, could be a step in the right direction...


by: Khaled Salam 2007-5-4

Time Magazine named Amr Khaled one of the top 100 most influential people worldwide for "preaching a shrewdly packaged message of moderation, self-renewal and personal growth through Islam"...


by: Khaled Salam 2007-4-28
Tens of human rights activists and American Muslims gathered on Friday April 27th in front of the Egyptian Embassy in Washington DC to protest the Egyptian Government’s record of human rights violations and military tribunals for political opponents...

by: Khaled Salam 2007-4-17

Is it a coincidence that Judge Adel Abdel-Salam Gomaa, who ruled to uphold freezing the MB assets, ruled in favor of the government in many high profile cases?

The ill-reputed judge who sentenced Ayman Nour to five years of hard labor on trumped up charges of forgery, is the same one who found American University in Cairo professor Saad Eddin Ibrahim guilty of defamation three years ago...


by: Khaled Salam 2007-4-16
Despite reservations from both sides, finally officials from the MB and the US had an opportunity to talk to each other directly when House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer met with the head of the MB parliamentary bloc Dr. Saad El Katatny in what was described as a routine dialogue between parliamentarians from both countries.

Despite reservations from both sides, finally officials from the MB and the US had an opportunity to talk to each other directly when House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer met with the head of the MB parliamentary bloc Dr. Saad El Katatny in what was described as a routine dialogue between parliamentarians from both countries...


by: Khaled Salam 2007-4-16
A lot has been said and published lately about the Muslim Brotherhood by western researchers, but by far "The Moderate Muslim Brotherhood" study published in Foreign Affairs by Steven Brooke and Robert Leiken, has been one of the most stimulating and accurate accounts, and helped to open a serious and rational debate about our movement...

by: Khaled Salam 2007-4-16
Several human rights and interfaith activists are organizing a large rally in Washington DC on Friday April 27 to protest the Egyptian government’s violations of the basic rights of its citizens and the crackdown on opposition and reform leaders..

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