Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Muslim Brotherhood''
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 [...]
The toppling of Morsi is a blow for Secularism
Muhammad Asim “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black” – Henry Ford The ouster of Mohamed Morsi as President of Egypt in a coup d’état by [...]
Democracy, Dictatorship, and the Mimic
Ali Harfouch The Self-Defeating Mimic: A Walking Paradox A liberating moment occurs when the oppressed can think beyond the imaginary horizon constructed by the oppressor. A liberation of the consciousness and the inauguration of an emancipatory [...]
Beyond the Mursi Effect – Holding the Egyptian President to Account
Ali Harfouch Debate, discussion, and consultation are essential if Islamic activists are to draw and develop and elucidate a programme of liberation for the Muslim world following the tumultuous revolutions which toppled the long-standing Arab despots. [...]
The Egyptian Government Prepares for War
Reza Pankhurst The Egyptian government, led by President Mohammad Morsi, is currently preparing for war. While a few (naïve) analysts may have assumed that the first war declared would be against Israel, given the Muslim Brotherhood’s apparent support [...]
Hamas: Between Politics and Principles
Ramzy Baroud Despite all of Hamas’ assurances to the contrary, a defining struggle is taking place within the Palestinian Islamic movement. The outcome of this struggle – which is still confined to polite political disagreements and [...]