Banning an overwhelmingly peaceful, pro-democracy movement will serve neither U.S. interests nor the cause of the stability in the Middle East.
With the death of President Morsi, whatever was left of the West's democratic legitimacy in the Arab world fades away.
Behind the outpouring of jubilation and relief, the scene seems set for a possible standoff between the military and protesters.
Contributor Andrew McCarthy falsely claimed Europe has already "adopted Sharia blasphemy standards."
Supporters of the Saudi government quickly started calling the incident a conspiracy theory, claiming the journalist was killed or disappeared in order to frame Riyadh by international foes.
A crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood has been shockingly successful, and now Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is turning to his remaining critics.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince reportedly accused Turkey of wanting a new caliphate and Iran of exporting revolution.
The U.S. must follow Arab nations and take a stand against Qatar for hosting and funding terrorists.
Twin suicide bombings at Egyptian churches were only the latest tragedies for a community that has long been made scapegoats in a battle between the government and Islamist groups.
El-Sissi should encourage and respect differences in thought and bolster free speech.
American businesses must adapt to Trump's impulsive leadership style.
A faction led by Michael Flynn, Trump's National Security Advisor, wants to add the Brotherhood to the State Department and U.S. Treasury lists of foreign terrorist organizations, the sources said.
Two sentenced to life in prison, 16 others get 15 years in jail and 86 acquitted.
Mohamed Kamal, 61, and Yasser Shehata, another leader, were both reportedly killed.
Classified document alleges that Ankara props up Sunni Islamist groups in its territory.
Sinai Province is believed to be behind the downing of Metrojet Flight 9268.
Six others given death penalty alongside the former president as Egypt continues crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood.
The alleged Muslim Brotherhood members were ordered held in connection with the June attack in Cairo.
The government of Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is increasingly concerned with how women dress.
Once the leading nonviolent Islamist movement in the Middle East, the Muslim Brotherhood is being overshadowed by more radical groups.