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As an American Christian in Egypt I find that I instinctively view events here through the following lens: Liberals are the good guys, Islamists are the bad guys, and the army is somewhere in between, perhaps neutral, perhaps not. Complicated times beg for simplistic narratives, and this one...
Islamic movements continued their preparations for participation in the Friday of identity and stability in a million-man protest due to be staged in Tahrīr Square and other major squares across Egypt.
A primary accusation against the Muslim Brotherhood is that it is two-faced in its politics. Within Arab contexts the organization, it is said, promotes a radical Islamist agenda, yet when addressing Western audiences its discourse becomes more moderate. A comprehensive answer to this charge is not...
This is the very question many people are asking about the Muslim Brotherhood following the Egyptian Revolution of January 25, 2011. While the world was enthralled by a peaceful youth movement to overthrow a corrupt regime, many feared then, and more fear now, that the aftermath will result in...
The Muslim Brotherhood's (MB) overwhelming success in the Teachers Syndicate election was a blow to remnants of the dissolved National Democratic Party (NDP), claimed 'Isām al-'Iryān, the vice president of the Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, at a popular rally in Beni Suef on Friday (...
Parties and political forces expressed the same currents of dissatisfaction and deep concern over the events in Egypt yesterday (September 10) of assault and damage to buildings and vital installations.
Islamists have imposed themselves in the Egyptian society after the January 25 revolution and rolled up their sleeves to establish parties, nearly 20, including the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood group.
Engineer Salāh Hāshim, one of the founders of the Jamā'ah Islāmīyah (Islamic Group), said unity of the different factions and movements would furnish an opportunity for the Islamists to make it to power.
Protesters in Qinā called for a second million-man march on Sunday, April 24, 2011, to call for the removal of Prime Minister ʿIṣām Sharaf and the trial of Deputy Prime Minister Yaḥyā al-Jamāl. The protesters continued a sit-in on a railway line and introduced their new slogan "Muslims and Copts...
Arab-West Report, April 1, 2011Title: Interview with Ibrāhīm al-Huḍaybī (former member of the Muslim Brotherhood and political activist) about the current situation in Egypt Authors: Drs. Cornelis Hulsman, Arndt Emmerich and Judit Kuschnitzki Introduction of Ibrāhīm  al-Huḍaybī: I am Ibrāhīm al-...

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