Police arrest more leaders of the group in Cairo and around the country.
It is not a religious conflict nor is it a supposed clash of civilizations. What is going on in Egypt is nothing more than a battle for political power.
Following the arrest of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s supreme guide, veteran leader Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat was selected to temporarily lead the group.
Constitutional amendments currently being proposed in Egypt could rule out the possibility of a president being ousted through mass protests.
Overt signs of piety have become all it takes to attract suspicion from security forces at Cairo checkpoints and vigilantes looking to attack Islamists.
Younis Makhion warns of violence and reprisals if Egypt's government wages a blanket anti-Islamist campaign.
As a widening crackdown limits options for the Muslim Brotherhood, the group may be forced to organisationally transform, if it is to survive, analysts say.
The Cairo Criminal Court cleared former Egyptian president Mubarak of financial corruption related to the renovation of presidential palaces during his rule.
Chancellor Ali Awad said at a press conference on Monday afternoon that the committee has already drafted 130 articles.
As US and EU threaten to withdraw aid in response to violent crackdown, Egyptian officials plan to restructure foreign assistance.