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Confrontations erupted between the security forces and the Muslim Brotherhood group in the governorate of al-Daqahlīya, killing 34-year-old Mahdī Ghannām, a teacher of English language.
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 Egyptian authorities stepped up their crackdown of the Muslim Brotherhood by arresting 20 top ranking figures in the outlawed organization.
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.
Leading activist of the Muslim Brotherhood ‘Isām al-‘Iryān has allegedly written three letters from his Tura prison custody pending investigation by the Supreme State Security Prosecution. Bearing his signature, the letters were meant to be sent to his wife, members of the Brotherhood’s Irshād [...
Raising the limit of confrontation with the Muslim Brotherhood, security forces have arrested two of the group’s members who were also in the People’s Assembly, despite the parliamentary immunities they enjoy. They were accused of organizing a rally against the state. However, they were released...
The author discusses the rising tension between the Muslim Brotherhood and the government. It considers the Brotherhood’s intention to run in the Shūrá Council elections under their slogan “Islam is the Solution.”
The article explains that the appointment of Muhammad Mahdī Akef supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood after the death of its former supreme guide Councilor Ma?moun al-Hudaiby has not brought any practical change to the status of the Brotherhood in Egypt as an outlaw group
A meeting was held in the Swiss Club between the Muslim Brotherhood and European diplomats under the supervision of Saad Eddin Ibrahim, head of the Ibn Khaldoun Center for Developmental Studies. Some papers report that this meeting is one of the reasons behind the latest campaign of the government...
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.

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