Director of the Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies, Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim, predicted that the Islamists may very well be the largest bloc in parliament after the upcoming elections.
Young MB Actor and Director Hopes For Promising Career in Movie Industry”the Muslim Brotherhood discovered and developed my talent since I was in high school” Mohamed al Anteel told Ikhwanweb,adding that the MB encouraged him to take part in numerous plays in its summer activities.
Since September 11th, the United States and the Arab world have traveled a treacherous road together. Where they have arrived after ten years sets them apart. In the US, the embrace of human rights as a defining value and ideal worthy of considerable sacrifice is gradually fading, while the Arab world is in the midst of a rights revolution.
In a press conference Wednesday sponsored by 36 Egyptian human rights organizations at the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, the NGO’s announced their condemnation of the “very fierce campaign” waged by the government and the military council on civil society organizations and human rights groups over alleged foreign funding.
â€œEvery adventurer takes the pleasureâ€ that was the first sentence Ahmed ElShahat, or flagman, uttered when he climbed down the Israeli embassy building after replacing the Israeli flag with the Egyptian one.
14 movements, political parties, a Sufi party, and labor and labor unions announced the formation of “The Egyptian Bloc” to coordinate their political, electoral and parliamentary activities. This announcement was made during a meeting on Monday, August 15 at the Egyptian Journalistsâ€™ Syndicate in Cairo.
The Democratic Alliance for Egypt that consists of 34 political parties from across the political spectrum issued a statement Tuesday discussing its stance on the basic principles of the constitution and the elections.
The Egyptian authorities must immediately drop charges against a woman blogger and activist accused of defaming the military on Twitter, Amnesty International said today.
Secretary General of the Freedom and Justice Party Dr. Saad Katatni said that 34 political parties agreed in a meeting hosted by FJP Sunday that there was no reason for governing principles for the constitution to be drafted, nor was there any reason to charter a new constitutional declaration.
Many Egyptian military officers and some civilian politicians are interested in replicating the so-called Turkish model for Egypt, in which the military would play a leading role in guiding society and politics. But such a strategy is a poor fit for the country.