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Egypt's first freely elected president has been deposed by the army. It's not a question of religion, it's about competence Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood claim that it was leading a revolutionary attack on Egypt's authoritarian regime when it was stopped in its tracks over the summer by a counter-revolution.
Islamic Center of Murfreesboro opponents asked the Tennessee Supreme Court Monday to prevent the ICM from expanding a cemetery.
Egyptian security forces fired tear gas to disperse students protesting outside Cairo University in support of the country's ousted Islamist president Tuesday as unrest spread to a second college campus in the capital.
Riot police and army personnel take their positions during clashes with members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi around the area of Rabaa al Adawiya square on August 14, 2013 .
WAM ABU DHABI, 10th December 2013 -- The State Security Court of the Federal Supreme Court in Abu Dhabi has adjourned the hearing in the trial of the Muslim Brotherhood group until 17th December in order to continue to hear the defence case of the suspects.
"It will be impossible for all of Egypt's people to gain trust in their new government and justice system unless they see that those responsible, including those at the highest command levels, are held to account for the killings of protesters.
Members of Egypt's constitution committee meet at the Shura Council for the final vote on a draft Egyptian constitution in Cairo.
In late 2013, the United States finds itself with no coherent foreign policy. It is led by a president who is better at apologizing for America's past than in safeguarding its future.
Yassin al-Haj Saleh, Syria's most well-known secular intellectual who is known as hakim al-thawra, the sage of the revolution, has finally left his country to seek refuge in Turkey.
Notorious jihad supporter Sami Al Arian is tripping the light fantastic in the Cannon Office Building on Capitol Hill.
At first it was the Muslim Brotherhood. Now dozens of journalists, non-Islamist activists and students have been detained and beaten.
A protester against the Muslim Brotherhood, front, squats down on a street during clashes with supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Nasr City district in Cairo, Egypt, in November.
The call came following a meeting between the university chairman and the police to review measures of responding to the violence.
An Egyptian riot policeman fires a tear gas cannister towards demonstrating students of al-Azhar University who support the Muslim Brotherhood during clashes outside their campus in Cairo on December 9, 2013.
A picture distributed by the Egyptian interior ministry shows Mohamed Badie the supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, following his arrest in the early hours of August 20, 2013 in Cairo's Nasr City district.
This Iraqi top diplomat must be some crazy islamophobe. Lord knows when I say it or any of my colleagues warn of the danger we get taken to the proverbial woodshed.