Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Dr. Mohammed Zahid''
Beyond Pragmatism – a response to Beyond Islamism
Dr. Mohammad Zahid I would like to make some brief points in response to Tariq Ramadan’s piece ‘Beyond Islamism’ published on his website (tariqramadan.com) that has raised many points concerning the future of Islamic movements in [...]
The Muslim Brotherhood – what next?
Dr. Mohammed Zahid The removal of President Mursi and the crack down on the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) has raised many questions concerning the future of the movement in Egypt, given that the movement had worked since [...]
Egypt Prisoner Swap with Israel: Undermining or improving credibility?
The Egyptian press has recently been flooded with stories concerning the proposed prisoner exchange between Egypt and Israel. The transaction would involve the exchange of one Israeli, accused of spying for 25 Egyptians. This exchange follows [...]
Tunisia Elections – upholding Secularism?
The Tunisian elections have courted much interest, with the elections viewed as another piece in the Arab Spring. The elections have received much praise because of the 90 per cent voter turnout and the transparent manner [...]
Libyan Opposition: Any Lessons from Egypt?
The killing of Gaddafi and images of his blood stained body being dragged on the streets of Sirte, has had a profound impact in Cairo, which itself witnessed the removal of a tyrant not long ago. The [...]