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Sources: Egypt forced the retirement of 41 judges for their support of the Muslim Brotherhood

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March 15, 2015
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Sources have said to Panet news that “Egypt forced 41 judges to retire from their positions because of their support of the “illegal group, the Muslim Brotherhood”. Ahmad Al-Khatīb who is among the judges forced to retire said that “the decision is shocking and it is a massacre for Egypt’s justice system”

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A Leader Of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Dies In Jail Due To Medical Negligence.

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Media outlet reported that Hāshim Hassan, a prominent leader of Egypt's banned Muslim Brotherhood has died, Wednesday, in the (South) Qena prison due to “deliberate medical negligence”, according to a statement disclosed by the family of the defendant.

150. AWR Daily Overview May 20, 2014: Unofficial Vote Count puts al- Sīsī in the Lead

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150. AWR Daily Overview May 20, 2014: Unofficial Vote Count puts al- Sīsī in the Lead
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May 20, 2014
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Yosra El Gendi
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Early unofficial poll results of Egyptians abroad have shown that al- Sīsī is succeeding with a landslide. According to the campaign of al- Sīsī, he is winning with more than 85% so far in New Zealand and three electoral districts in Australia. The vote counting is still continuing in other electoral districts. Dr. Abd al- Azīz Salamān, Secretary General of PEC, stated that the total number of Egyptians who casted their votes abroad reached 296, 200 voters in 141 electoral districts. He also stated that the elections for Egyptians abroad will not be prolonged for another day. Yesterday was the final day.   The official results will be issued today (Mamdūh Shihātah et al., al- Dustūr, May 20, p. 3).

25. Makkah imam calls for wisdom in fight against terrorism

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25. Makkah imam calls for wisdom in fight against terrorism
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September 29, 2001
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The imam of the Grand Mosque in Maaka called upon world leaders not to resort to violence in response to the terror attacks against the United States on Sept. 11. He also urged Muslims to differentiate between terrorism and legitimate holy struggle. He rejected terrorism as totally un-Islamic.

22. Hijackers’ last words revealed

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22. Hijackers’ last words revealed
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September 29, 2001
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Muhammad Sadiq
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Terrorists involved in the attacks in America left behind copies of a document in Arabic giving them instructions for their suicide mission and preparing them spiritually for death. A copy of the document was found in luggage left behind by Muhammad Atta, suspected of organizing the attacks and flying into one of the World Trade Center towers, said the official.

22. What do Muslims believe about Jesus?

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22. What do Muslims believe about Jesus?
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October 1, 1999
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Muslims respect and revere Jesus (peace be upon Him). They consider Him one of the greatest of God’s messengers to mankind. The Qur`an confirms His virgin birth, and a chapter of the Qur`an is entitled Maryam (Mary).

8. Islam in Perspective: What does Islam say about terrorism?

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8. Islam in Perspective: What does Islam say about terrorism?
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October 8, 1999
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Islam, a religion of mercy, does not permit terrorism. In the Qur`an, God has said: God does not forbid you from showing kindness and dealing justly with those who have not fought you about religion and have not driven you out of your homes. God loves just dealers. (Qur`an, 60:8)

6. Straight Talk: Islam on the Internet

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6. Straight Talk: Islam on the Internet
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October 9, 1999
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Dr. ‘Abd al-Qadir al-Tash
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In early October, a new site appeared on the Internet - "Islam Online". It is a cultural project of tremendous importance to the needs and opportunities of our times. It is the first worldwide service attempting to use Internet to introduce Islam comprehensively in a way that would combine credibility of content with attractiveness of presentation.

4. S. African blacks find hope in Islamic college

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4. S. African blacks find hope in Islamic college
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October 3, 1999
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‘Abd al-Wahhab Bashir
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For decades black children in South Africa have been denied the right to education under apartheid. With the removal of the racial segregation system, an Islamic organization is now helping poor students to attend university free of charge.

3. What do Muslims believe about Jesus?

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3. What do Muslims believe about Jesus?
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October 1, 1999
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Muslims respect and revere Jesus (peace be upon Him). They consider Him one of the greatest of God’s messengers to mankind. The Qur`an confirms His virgin birth, and a chapter of the Qur`an is entitled Maryam (Mary).

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