Read a Feb. 2, 2011, story from EthicsDaily.com about the Christian response to the conflict in Egypt.
Read a Feb. 2, 2011, analysis from a Reuters correspondent in Turkey.
Read a Feb. 2, 2011, op-ed in The New York Times by Scott Atran, author of Talking to the Enemy: Faith, Brotherhood and the (Un)making of Terrorists. Atran argues that the Muslim Brotherhood is largely ineffectual.
Read “5 Reasons the Muslim Brotherhood Won’t Turn On Israel,” a Feb. 3, 2011, column at ReligionDispatches.org by Haroon Moghul.
Read “Concern about Islamists masks wide differences among them,” a Feb. 4, 2011, report by Reuters reporter Tom Heneghan.
A 2009 Pew Forum report on restrictions on religion around the world found that Egypt is among the countries with the highest government restrictions on religion.
A 2010 survey conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project found that a majority of Egyptian Muslims said that democracy was preferable to any other kind of government. An overwhelming majority also viewed Islam’s influence in politics as positive.
An Egyptian magazine covering topics such as art, culture and politics.
The publication is an online news source, published in Cairo.