Muslim Brotherhood

Did Hamas really help the Muslim Brotherhood break open Egypt's prisons?

Contrary to current accusations, a judicial report found that it was Mubarak’s Minister of Interior who ordered the prisons to be opened.

Why are Egyptian media demonizing Palestinians?

Hanine Hassan
23 July 2013

Egyptian elite’s turn against the Palestinian people has deep roots in the peace treaty with Israel.

Egypt deporting Palestinians trying to return to Gaza

Palestinians trying to return home to the Gaza Strip from overseas, via Cairo airport, are being deported by Egyptian authorities to the countries they flew in from, at their own expense.

Cairo remains dependent on US aid, says scholar of Egyptian foreign policy

Sarah Irving
Edinburgh
10 April 2013

Making Egypt more critical towards Israel requires a “structural change” within Egypt itself.

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has reneged on promises to Palestine

Amira Howeidy
Cairo
21 March 2013

Egypt’s policies toward Gaza are a barometer of the country’s foreign policy independence since the fall of Mubarak.

In shock reversal, Abe Foxman's ADL speaks out against rights for Arab Jews

What can explain the sudden hostility to the rights of Arab Jews being recognized in Egypt?

Will Hamas squander its Gaza victory?

Hicham Safieddine
Beirut
30 November 2012

Khaled Meshaal’s U-turns make him sound like a broken record of Mahmoud Abbas.

Factual errors undermine new book on Hamas

Asa Winstanley
16 March 2012
A new book on the Palestinian political party Hamas fails to accurately analyze the policies of the Islamic resistance movement.

A salute to the revolution

I cannot believe it has been a year already, a year since the light of justice shined and revolution swept throughout the Arab world all the way from the Maghreb through the Fertile Crescent to the Arabian Peninsula. Tomorrow marks the first anniversary for the start of the Egyptian uprising which succeeded in toppling Hosni Mubarak’s 30 years rule on February 11th the same year, yet the revolution is not done. The streets of the Arab world haven’t settled down, and not for one minute. The people are holding on to their demand for justice and dignified living.

Rafah border crossing reopens, again

Adam Morrow and
Khaled Moussa al-Omrani
Cairo
13 June 2011
Egypt’s border with the Hamas-run Gaza Strip was reopened to Palestinian travelers Wednesday after a series of squabbles over operational procedures had temporarily brought cross-border traffic to a halt.
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