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Posts Tagged ‘Muslim Brotherhood

Omar Suleiman and the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood

February 9, 2011

Omar Suleiman, Egypt’s recently appointed vice-president, has previously harshly criticized Egypt’s opposition Muslim Brotherhood in his communications with US officials, according to leaked US diplomatic cables. The revelations came as Suleiman met opposition leaders, including the Muslim Brotherhood, on Sunday in a bid to end a political crisis that has seen hundreds of thousands of […]

Pro-Mubarak push in Cairo orchestrated by Mubarak regime?

February 3, 2011

Egypt’s prime minister, Ahmed Shafiqm, apologized for the violent attacks on protesters and said the country’s president has asked him to investigate the security chaos. Meanwhile, the military — which had largely remained still in the area of Tahrir Square during violent clashes between supporters and foes of President Hosni Mubarak — took position between […]

Egypt’s peace with Israel may be short-lived

January 31, 2011

The former head of the UN atomic body (IAEA), Mohamed ElBaradei returned to Egypt last Thursday just before the rioting broke out. Now Egyptian opposition groups have called on ElBaradei to negotiate with the government of the embattled president Hosni Mubarak. This includes the Muslim Brotherhood, whose leading member Essam el-Eryan has said the opposition […]