Saturday,23 February, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1431, (21 - 27 February 2019)
Saturday,23 February, 2019
Issue 1431, (21 - 27 February 2019)

Ahram Weekly

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Feb 12 2019 9:07PM

Despite seeing its hegemonic dreams fall in tatters following the ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Turkey under Erdogan continues to prop up Islamist militias where it can, writes Reda Shaaban


Nov 20 2018 10:23PM

Western societies underestimate the deceitful lengths to which the Muslim Brotherhood is prepared to go in its expansionist goal of reaching world domination, writes Mohamed Salmawy

Oct 16 2018 11:46PM

Analysts say wide-scale religious reform is needed to end the threat of the Muslim Brotherhood regaining influence in Egypt  


Sep 19 2018 9:42AM

The sentences of Muslim Brotherhood leaders in the Rabaa trial have been systematically misrepresented in the Western media, writes Hany Ghoraba


Aug 28 2018 10:22PM

Former diplomat Maasoum Marzouk is denounced from across the political spectrum for adopting the Muslim Brotherhood’s agenda, reports Gamal Essam El-Din


Jul 10 2018 7:00PM

Did the United States bring about the collapse of the former Mubarak regime by encouraging the political ambitions of the Muslim Brotherhood, asks Tewfik Aclimandos

Jun 26 2018 8:49PM

Egypt’s 30 June Revolution put paid to the political ambitions of the Muslim Brotherhood, but an accurate account of the group’s aims and methods is still necessary from the region today to correct widespread Western misunderstanding, writes Ezzat Ibrahim

Jun 26 2018 8:38PM

The 30 June 2013 Revolution that ended Muslim Brotherhood rule in Egypt is the best thing that has ever happened to millions of Egyptians and Arabs, writes Amina Khairy

Jun 26 2018 8:33PM

While some Muslim Brotherhood members today are calling for a return to the ideas of the organisation’s founder Hassan Al-Banna, in truth his views merely explain its long-standing use of violence, writes Ammar Ali Hassan

Jun 26 2018 8:30PM

The attitude of the Muslim Brotherhood towards its female members has always swung between proscription and exploitation despite its paying lip-service to giving women more substantial roles, writes Hanan Haggag

May 8 2018 11:14PM

Egypt is not fighting individuals but ideas and a radical group with connections overseas that receives foreign support to destabilise the state, writes Galal Nassar

May 1 2018 9:46PM

President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi ratifies laws regulating the seizure of Muslim Brotherhood assets, reports Gamal Essam El-Din


Apr 14 2018 10:45AM

There can be no justification for restarting dialogue with the banned Muslim Brotherhood group, writes Mohamed Salmawy


Feb 20 2018 11:24PM

The Strong Egypt Party faces the threat of dissolution after two of its leading members are arrested over suspected links with the Muslim Brotherhood, reports Gamal Essam El-Din


Feb 7 2018 12:36AM

Now that the US has branded two Muslim Brotherhood affiliates as terrorist groups, Ahmed Eleiba asks when will the mother organisation join the list

Feb 7 2018 12:03AM

For leftists and liberals in Egypt to echo the boycott tune of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood is unacceptable, bordering on treason, writes Galal Nassar


Jan 31 2018 12:44AM

The strong state is that blends and manages difference and diversity; the weak state is one where a solo voice echoes writes Galal Nassar

Jan 23 2018 11:40PM

Egypt is rebuilding, but the threats that have loomed in recent years remain. Vigilance can avert a backward slide, writes Galal Nassar


Nov 21 2017 7:57PM

The fight to uproot terrorism and extremism begins at its Muslim Brotherhood roots, with that organisation’s structure, doctrines and ideologues, writes Abdel-Moneim Said

Aug 22 2017 11:42PM

Assets of a chain of bookstores and IT shops were frozen on allegations of being linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, reports Safiya Mounir


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