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Five journalists affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) applied on Monday (September 19, 2011) competing for board positions in the Journalists Syndicate elections, scheduled for October 14, 2011.
The red lines of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood group. The outlawed organization’s leader Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, who manifested a sky-is-the-limit approach in the struggle against the government, called for civil disobedience after he discovered that the Brotherhood is entitled to take it to the streets...
The mass protests led by the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, in which 70,000 protestors took to the streets in 18 governorates in Egypt, has raised controversies about the real intentions of the Brotherhood.
Before the recent Egyptian Bar Association elections, members of the Muslim Brotherhood thought that they had all the keys to lift whomever they wanted to zenith and bring opponents down to nadir. However, they failed their first real test. It has become evident for all that the Brotherhood is no...
Egyptian newspapers and magazines have continued discussing the consequences of the announcement of the Brotherhood’s initiative for political reform from a rented hall at the Journalists? Syndicate. The event triggered a crisis between the government and the Syndicate.
Articles in this week?s papers about the Muslim Brotherhood discuss four issues: the detention of 18 of its members, its role as a source of terrorism in Egypt, the future possibility of its participation in political life, and its activities in the Bar Association.
In an attempt to control the money of the Bar Association, members of the association, who belongs to the Brotherhood, appointed a new treasurer against the will of the association?s president ? which led to many problems in the association.
Aymān ‘Abd al-Majīd writes about different opinions of members of the Press Syndicate concerning hosting a Muslim Brotherhood seminar to celebrate the 100th birthday of Hasan al- Bannā, the founder of the group.
The victory of the Muslim Brotherhood in the elections of the Bar Association revealed their increasing political influence in Egypt following their recent victory in the parliamentary elections. The Bar association elections revealed the ruling party’s crisis, as it failed to confront the Islamic...
The Brotherhood won 16 seats out of the 24 on the Bar Association’s board. Ragai Atteya, the government’s candidate, who they declared their support for, lost to the Nasserist’s candidate Samah Ashour, who won the Bar Association’s top post. Montasser al-Zayyat, the lawyer of the Gama’at al-...
The elections of the Bar Association were postponed until February 24 because the quorum required by law was not achieved. The Brotherhood declared its support for the government’s candidate for the Association’s top post, claiming that he was the best candidate. They also included the name of...
This press review discusses the growing influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egyptian political life, and their constant efforts to control educational institutions, including governmental schools. In al-Musawwar magazine, ‘Abd al-Qādir Shāhīb linked the recent support of some Egyptian...
The general counselor of the Brotherhood does not believe the government responded to their success in the recent parliamentary elections through the severe and unjustified verdict of the Military Court in the case of professional syndicates. Two Egyptian human rights organizations requested...
The Supreme Military Court pronounced its sentence in the case of the professional syndicates, in which 20 members of the Brothers are accused. All the accused were charged with joining a banned group that was established in violation of the law. Dr. Essam al-Arian, the spokesman of the...
A group of lawyers belonging to al- Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah held a meeting at the Bar Association to discuss reviving the group’s activities by restructuring the organization and expanding its circle of members.
This year’s student union elections in Egyptian universities were marred by violence and clashes between students affiliated with the "outlawed" Muslim Brotherhood and security forces. Muhammad Nūr from Ākhir Sā‘ah said that the group’s students violated university regulations governing...
The trade union elections held last November showed a clear retreat of the Muslim Brotherhood candidates, contrary to expectations. Hamdī Rizq’s article reveals the details.
The author vehemently attacks the Muslim Brotherhood and divulges their “devilish” plans to recruit new university students into the organization.
This article says that the agreement reached between Sāmih ‘āshūr’s supporters and the Muslim Brotherhood is only temporary, because the Brotherhood is unable to manage the bloc by itself.
The Bar’s Committee of the Islamic Sharī‘ah, overwhelmingly dominated by Muslim Brotherhood supporters, has held its annual summer camp on the North Coast. The author of the article, Ahmad Imbābī, outlines claims about the committee’s attempts to recruit fresh law graduates and to finance its...

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