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The outlawed Muslim Brotherhood denied it had called for civil disobedience to prevent President Husnī Mubārak from running in the elections next September.
Muslim Brotherhood’s First Deputy, Dr. Muhammad Habîb, stormed out of the media conference held at the Irshād [Guidance] office last Wednesday after Dr. Nu‘mān Jumca evaded many questions about his stance on the establishment of a Muslim Brotherhood political party.
Since the Muslim Brotherhood announced that it has not yet decided which candidates to support, telephone calls have been flooding the office of the murshid [guide], Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, from those seeking the Brotherhood’s backing.
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...
A recent meeting held between Democratic House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood bloc in the Egyptian parliament, Dr. Muhammad Sa‘d al-Katātinī at the U.S. ambassador’s residence in Cairo, has raised many questions about the possibility of future dialogue...
Husām Tammām writes about the Muslim Brotherhood and its global organization.
A relationship between President Mubārak and the Muslim Brotherhood can never exist because the group is banned by the law and it continues to plan to take control of the country.
Despite the passing of five months, media still shows concern about the military show performed by some Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated students at the Azhar University. The article is based on the dangers of Islamists in universities.
Rif‘at al-Said, the spokesman for the Egyptian opposition parties? alliance, said he met with the U.S. Ambassador in Cairo David Welch for a couple of hours.
Five bombings in Baghdad and Mosul, four of which were close to churches and one close to the police station, caused the death of 10 people and the injury of 73 more. The Iraqi government blamed the terrorist group led by the Jordanian Mosaab al-Zarqawi for the bombings of the churches. The church...


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