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The crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood continued as the prosecutor-general extended the detention of 20 alleged Brotherhood activists, arrested two weeks ago, by another 15 days pending investigation.
Egyptian authorities launched an unprecedented crackdown against Brotherhood activists in the professional syndicates on October 14, ending a four-year unofficial truce the state had maintained with some of the organization’s more prominent and dynamic members.
Egypt’s state security prosecutor Friday ordered that 20 people, accused of belonging to the banned Muslim Brotherhood, be detained for 15 days pending further investigations, security sources said Saturday.
After Egypt recovered from the terrorism whose first seed was planted by the Brotherhood, the latter are back once again playing the same old game, trying to penetrate society’s civil foundations in lawful and legitimate ways.
A Cairo court ordered the interior ministry to pay 60,000 pounds ($1,700) to compensate two members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood who were tortured more than 40 years ago, court sources said.
In Egypt, setting up a political organization can be quite an unpleasant experience, especially if one boasts controversial religious credentials. Nevertheless, some former members of the militant Jihad, the group blamed for a series of murders in the 1980s and 1990s including the assassination of...
Magdy Hussein, editor-in-chief of Al-Shaab, has now been sentenced to two years in prison for libel. The sentence is the result of the campaign of Al-Shaab of over a year against Youssef Wali, Minister of Agriculture. Hulsman describes Hussein’s views on Islam.
Truth has got one face. But every accident has hundreds of false faces. Egypt has become the target of malicious lie sellers who are praying every day in the temple of manipulation. One of them is the conspiracy of the truck against the Copts. Another attack comes through a highly selective way of...
Mustafa Mashhour, the general guide for the Muslim Brothers, declared that the Islamic country under the leadership of the Muslim Brothers will be established in the year 2028.
Almost two years after a group of Egyptian political activists defected from the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to establish a political party, Al-Wasat (Centre), there have been indications that the party may never see the light of day. The lawyer of the would-be founders, Mohamed Selim El-Awwa, says...


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