Internal ideological and political disagreements might lead to the break-up of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
by Khalil al-Anani
by Abdullah Al-Arian
by Shafik Mandhai
Middle East28 Sep 2016 12:40 GMT
Prison authorities refused to provide inmates with medical care, possibly causing their deaths, HRW report finds.
Middle East26 Sep 2016 11:45 GMT
Despite the Islamists' comeback to parliament,'no radical changes' are expected.
Middle East20 Sep 2016 08:49 GMT
Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood stands a chance to win between 20-30 seats in new parliament, says its spokeswoman.
Longform03 Sep 2016 07:36 GMT
Ideology does not tell us the full story of the evolution of Islamist movements.
Middle East18 Jun 2016 12:23 GMT
The Muslim Brotherhood leader was the country's first democratically-elected president before the coup and imprisonment.
Middle East30 May 2016 16:02 GMT
Muslim Brotherhood's leader and 35 others sentenced to life in jail for 'inciting violence' in 2013 clashes.
Jordan14 Apr 2016 13:57 GMT
Security services searched and evacuated the building before sealing off the entrance with red wax.
Egypt13 Mar 2016 21:51 GMT
Ahmed al-Zend 'relieved of position' after his controversial remarks about imprisoning the prophet go viral.
Politics07 Mar 2016 22:10 GMT
Palestinian group had been accused of helping the Muslim Brotherhood of plotting fatal bomb attack on chief prosecutor.
Egypt07 Mar 2016 00:04 GMT
Palestinian group denies it aided Muslim Brotherhood leaders in plotting 2015 car bombing which killed chief prosecutor.
Egypt03 Feb 2016 16:44 GMT
Appeals court orders retrial for 149 charged with lynching officers in attack on Kerdassa police station in August 2013.
Corruption28 Jan 2016 12:19 GMT
Hesham Genena alleged $75bn in corruption while commenting on official report undertaken with the United Nations.
Politics29 Dec 2015 11:33 GMT
Scholars, whether religious authorities or not, would fulfil a great role if they would exhibit consistency.
H A Hellyer
Politics26 Dec 2015 09:46 GMT
Before embarking on peace negotiations, the coalition should agree on how to deal with al-Islah party.
Muslim Brotherhood17 Dec 2015 19:05 GMT
Prime Minister Cameron says links to the political group should be considered "a possible indicator of extremism".
by Khalil al-Anani
by H A Hellyer
by Sultan Barakat
by Emad Shahin
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