12. The Azhar is repeating the unsuccessful Catholic experience, and I advise its shaykhs to have some respect
Date of source:
Hisham ‘Umar ‘Abd al-Halim
In the following interview Jamāl al-Bannā comments on the confiscation of his book. He denounces the restrictions imposed by the Azhar on the freedom of expression, and calls for more liberal thinking.
5. Stories of Islamized terrorism in Egypt: The Muslim Brotherhood 
Date of source:
October 1, 2003
The author continues his writings about the history of the Muslim Brotherhood group and their relation with the Islamized terrorism in Egypt. He gives an overview of a book by one of the Brotherhood leaders to prove their terrorism.
Dr. Rifa’at Al-Said’s recent yet-another-controversial book “Hassan Al-Banna, the armed sheikh” is focusing on the moment when the da’wa [Call to Islam] via wisdom and affability turns into armed violence. This sums up the idea of the book considering many people’s defense of Hassan Al-Banna, on the grounds that the man did not know about the crimes perpetrated by the armed clandestine group and that he had openly denounced these crimes in certain articles.
Dr. Nasr Abu Zayd delivered this lecture upon accepting the prestigious Cleveringa professorial chair at Leiden University in The Netherlands with the request to teach justice, freedom and responsibility and especially the freedom of religion and liberty of conscience. The lecture discussed the nature of the Qur’an and explains the reason for
internal political, social, ideological and intellectual conflict in most of the Muslim countries which is almost everywhere polarized between the secularists and the Islamists.