Whither Syria's Muslim Brotherhood?
Like it was in Egypt, the Islamic movement is the strongest opposition group in Syria. But that doesn't guarantee a similar ending to the Arab Spring there.
The speech given by Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to the Arab League's foreign ministers last Wednesday finally clarified Egypt's stance in unequivocal terms. "This is not the time for reforms, but for change. Do not listen to the voices calling for you to stay in power," Morsi cautioned Syrian President Bashar Assad.