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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.
Concerning the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Egyptian political arena, the confusion the outlawed group is going through is easily sensed. Obviously, this confusion is reflected in all of its decisions, namely those related with escalations against the ruling regime.
A statement from the Ministry of Interior said that Hasan Ra’fat Bashandī, who carried out the suicide bombing of Jawhar al-Qā’id Street in the al-Azhar area, was just a member of a four-man terrorist cell. That cell recruited and trained him and prepared the home-made explosive device used in the...
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 [...
During its campaigns for the Shūrá Council elections, the Muslim Brotherhood issued an electoral platform that underlines the importance of general freedoms. Believing that Copts are welcome to all posts, it also supports the role played by the church in implementing social norms. The platform is...
The press review sheds light on a meeting recently held between House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and a leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Sa‘d al-Katātnī, at the U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Francis Riccardone’s residence. It also highlights an alleged deal between the Brotherhood and...
The Muslim Brotherhood makes contradicting statements over the citizenship issue.
International Religious Freedom Report 2006, released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor.
Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm has resumed his suspicious trips to Israel. On this occasion he was accompanied by 40 students from the American University in Cairo [AUC] and researchers from his center.
While the government clamps down on the Muslim Brotherhood to allegedly prevent them from winning seats in the Shūrá Council elections, the outlawed group witnesses internal disputes.

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