Muslim Brotherhood

Ahmed Gamal Ziada
Numerous Egyptian lawyers who dared defend a politically sensitive case have ended up in jail. Charged with such bogus accusations as “joining a terrorist cell,” they may be detained indefinitely due to the Kafka-esque practice of “rotating.”
Mostafa Al-Dahdouh
Refusing to organize elections, Hamas continues to appoint municipal council members. While the people of Gaza have not moved a finger to demand their rights, political factions only issued routine statements, which in turn were only routinely diffused by the media. Why?
Daraj
Celebrating Saied’s unconstitutional decisions is a dangerous signal, as is Ghannouchi’s choice to opt for a confrontation in the streets. Will the army remain idle?
Hani Mohamad
Sheikh Yacoub entered the Cairo Tora Court complex as a witness and was about to leave as either a terrorist or a traitor to his fans. He chose the latter. “I don’t know anything about Salafism,” he said.
Tamer Mawafi
Following almost ten years of “cold war,” Cairo and Doha have embarked on a road of reconciliation. What perils and rewards lie ahead? What will be the consequences for the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Jazeera?
Daraj
The media powerhouses, Al-Arabiya and Al-Jazeera, will most likely be largely affected in light of this mysterious reconciliation between Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Siban Hota
Within these days witnessing the continuous escalation between Erdogan and Macron, suddenly you’re afraid of being killed, when you had fled thousands of kilometers away, only to meet them here again as sleeper cells, ready to raise knives and swords to cut any neck.
Hussein Alwaday
The Muslim world’s clash with freedom of expression is long and problematic. The campaign currently spread under the slogan “Anything But God’s Prophet” appears to be another addition to the unnecessary clash between Islam and freedom of expression.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني