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Muslim fundamentalists in the UK will rally in front of the British Parliament on October 10 demanding the release of Abu Hamza Al-Masry, the leader of the group of Ansar Al-Shari’a [The advocates of Shari’a]. The rally will takes place few days before the date of the court session in which a...
Tareq Ramadan, a grandson of the founder of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, whose visa for the U.S was cancelled last month, said that he was not shocked that Youssef Islam was denied entry into the United States. “I passed through the same painful experience after the canceling of my visa last...
Omar Bakri, the leader of the group of Al-Muhajeroun [the emigrants] announced that the British police cancelled a conference organized by [Muslim] fundamentalists to celebrate the third anniversary of the 11 September attacks just a few hours before its scheduled time.
Although I am not in favor of the cultural explanation of the phenomenon of terrorism, the fake religious cloak this group is acting under spurs me to say that this destructive indiscriminate violence would not have spread if it there had not been a cultural background that churned out fanaticism...
Muhammad Mukhtār, muftī of the banned al-Jamā‘a al-Islāmīya and political refugee in England, says that he has nothing to do with fatwas concerning infidelity found on traditionalist websites, asserting that they are old and were published out of their historical context.
The movie “Kingdom of Heaven” criticizes the culture of fundamentalism, either in the name of the Holy Cross, or in the name of the Crescent.
Islamic websites reported severe arguments and criticism regarding the leader of al-Qā‘ida, in Iraq, Abu Muscab al-Zarqāwī. The criticisms revolved around his justifications of killing innocent Iraqi civilians during his attacks on U.S troops in Iraq. He claimed that defending or preserving...
The “Save Egypt Front”[Jabhat Inqādh Misr] conducted its first press conference in London. Kamāl al-Hilbāwī, the consultant of the Front said that it is not a political party or movement like the Muslim Brotherhood. But he asserted that the movement has the capacity to mobilize thousands of people...
The Islamic thinker Dr. Muhammad Seleem Al-Awa, head of the Egyptian Association for Culture and Dialogue, said that Islam is the real loser in the criminal attacks in Madrid. He said that the perpetrators do not differ from the suicidal perpetrators of the September 11 attacks. He said that...
Islamic circles in Britain were shocked yesterday by the statements of Lord George Carey, former archbishop of Canterbury (of the Anglican Church), which severely criticized the Islamic culture, describing it as an “oppressive and inflexible” culture. For the first time, fundamentalists and...

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