TWEET DECK- #Egyptmassacre

The scenes over the last few days in Egypt have been unbearable to watch as hundreds were murdered and thousands injured in the crackdown by the Egyptian Army. With the flow of arguments chopping and changing on News channels, it is easy to get sucked into a narrative which blames the former President Morsi and […]

TWEET DECK- How to view the Egypt Coup

Tonights news on the ousting of Former President Morsi has brought a multitude of reactions. In these defining moments of a strategically important country in the Muslim World, Majed’s Blog presents its clear ideas on  HOW to view these events and articulate a formulated response. Find below tweets from the last few hours to help […]

COMMENT- Egypt Elections, Mursi & the Muslim Brotherhood

By Majed Iqbal- With the outcome of the Egyptian Elections finally out in the open, many are sighing with relief that finally the ‘revolution’ has materialised. Who would’ve thought that the iron grip of Mubarak, who ran Egypt like a Police State, imprisoning and torturing opponents would be ousted in a ‘People’s’ movement that had […]

Passion Islam Magazine- Cameron in Egypt?

Read the March 2011 edition of Passion Islam Magazine where Majed’s Article featured on the topic of PM David Cameron’s Visit to Egypt Read the article online on Here. Read the full text of the article on the blog here

COMMENT- What is PM Cameron doing in Egypt?

By Majed Iqbal- British Prime Minister, David Cameron will be the first head of State to visit the ‘New’ Egypt, post Mubarak, the dictator who ruled Egypt for over 30 years with full backing and Support from the West which included commercial, military and intelligence ties . Today Cameron is congratulating the Egyptian People on […]

Vying for Power in the New ‘Middle East’ Order

By Hamid Chaudry (NEW Blog Contributor)- The scenes from Egypt and the Middle East are unfolding before our very eyes, almost too fast to scribe. These momentous events will do more to shape the future of not only the Middle East, but also global politics, consigning the previous despotic thirty year rule to a postscript […]