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The author argues that an official memo, dated January 17, 2006, sent by member of the Arab/Israel and North Africa Group, Julie McGregor to the British Middle East Minister, Kim Howells, on a proposed British engagement with the Muslim Brotherhood, has been "purposely leaked" to the press.
In this article, Rihāb al-Shāzlī publishes the comments of a number of political and civil society activists on their dialogue with the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during her last visit to Egypt. Their statements focused on government corruption and reform in Egypt, as well as political...
Adler addresses the election victory of Hamās, and also the prevalence of Islamic movements across the Middle East. He notes that their prime goals are political, rather than religious, and that they have had a major impact on the status quo of Middle Eastern geopolitics.
The author comments on the changed vocabulary of the Muslim Brotherhood, which has recently used the word "empowerment" instead of "participation."
The author notes that while reactions to the Danish cartoons have gotten out of hand, the main force behind those reactions was not religious, but politically-motivated groups. He calls on Muslimsnot to blame all Westerners for the cartoons, and for Westerners in kind to not blame all Muslims for...
In this article the author is arguing that both the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamās have never got rid of their radical discourses. He believes that the ideology of Hamās would not guarantee a decent life for the ordinary Palestinian citizens or rescue them from the poverty, unemployment and...
The author reviews a report issued by Al-Ahrām Center for Political and Strategic Studies in the form of a handbook about Islamist movements and organizations, in a bid to come up with a clear definition of terrorism.
Egyptian Interior Minister, Habīb al-‘Ādlī speaks out on a number of controversial issues, including the surprise win of Hamās in the Palestinian parliamentary elections, claims about the deaths of 19 detainees in Egyptian prisons and the increasing role of the Muslim Brotherhood on the political...
The author ascribes the unprecedented success of Hamās in the recent parliamentary elections to several factors, most notably its Islamic thrust.
‘Abd al-Qādir Yāsīn stresses that victorious Hamās faces many challenges, such as cooperation with the chairman of the Palestinian authority and reform of Palestinian institutions

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