Latest in Tag: El-shater Highlight

Advertising Area

Latest in Tag: El-shater

Muslim Brotherhood decay: the logic of imperative Laxity

By Hesham Shafick On 10 May 2011, I interviewed Khairat El-Shater, the Muslim Brotherhood’s third man at the time,  and asked about the rumors around Mohamed Habib’s, the MB’s second man at the time, expected resignation. His immediate response was: ”impossible!” He then took it further into explaining the logic of the MB’s solidarity which …

Daily News Egypt

Brothers in alarums

By Philip Whitfield Morsi’s durability dips daily. After losing any goodwill he had among democrats, his powerbase is crumbling. He’s no use to the Muslim Brotherhood now that he can’t dictate election outcomes. On the street, former MB youth fight it out with MB holdouts in the canal cities, the Delta and, more recently, in …

Daily News Egypt

Review: Secular dictatorships, enslaved conscripts, and the struggle within the Brotherhood

 Columnists look to the coming period, addressing misconceptions regarding secularism and its link to democracy, the inhumane treatment central security forces are subjected to, and the convoluted internal politics of the Muslim Brotherhood.   Falsification and accusation Fahmy Houaidy Al-Shorouk Attempting to dismantle what he views as false assumptions and claims regarding secularism and its …

Daily News Egypt

End of Section