Not so fast
The pace of reform is less important than the substance, writes Ibrahim Nafie
Hell walking on earth
Under the world's clouded gaze the State of Israel is ethnically cleansing the citizens of Rafah. Not a single excuse remains for inaction, writes Mustafa Barghouti
Kay, Kelly and Kerry
David Kay in the US and David Kelly in the UK have adversely affected the credibility of both Bush and Blair. Mohamed Sid-Ahmed asks: Will this improve John Kerry's chances of becoming America's next president in November?
The death of a discourse
What will replace the fiery rhetoric to which we have become accustomed over several decades, asks Mustafa El-Feki
Cold War defrost
Washington's hard-boiled Middle Eastern agenda is hardly new, writes Gamil Mattar
Turkish Prime Minister Racep Tayyip Erdogan, on a recent trip to Washington, called on US officials to show more understanding towards the largely Muslim Middle East...
The blind and the deaf
It appears not to have been enough for the neo-cons to hijack US policy and tarnish the image of the US...
By Salama A Salama
The Islamic path to reform
The concept of comprehensive reform that the Islamic current and the Muslim Brotherhood seek to promote is one that involves the sustainable development of man, state and society...
Two interesting facts
I am very concerned with what is going on in Israel. Two facts in particular have forced me to reflect...
By Naguib Mahfouz