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The author explains the trap set by the Muslim Brotherhood in the latest incidents of Lebanon and he accuses them of seeking only their interest regardless of the impact on their country’s interest.
The article explains that the Muslim Brotherhood still brag of military capabilities which they do not actually have in reality.
Muslim scholars as well as the public follow the teachings of al- Salaf whether right or wrong without thinking - even if they are inconsistent with their interests or contradict with the Qur’ān and the Sunna which led to a mental inertia and moral corruption.
The author asserts that Egypt has the ability to face any troubles since the country has a deep-rooted strength supported by a wise leadership.
The author criticizes the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group’s calls for the return of the caliphate system of rule.
The author states that the approach of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has created a phenomenon of religious fear and mental violence, and argues that they use Islam to achieve political gains.
‘Imād Taha discusses the birth of the Wasat Party, a breakaway from the Muslim Brotherhood, and questions the Islamist group’s support for plurality.
The author argues that Islamic history, despite all its high-sounding slogans, is teeming with assaults on women’s freedoms and rights, guaranteed by virtue of Islamic law.
The author suggests that beyond the complaints about poverty and unemployment lies an intellectual crisis, which is revealed in terrorist attacks.
The author argues that obstructing the right to ijtihād [legislating or enacting a law which is not based on Qur’an or the Sunna] is hindering the development of Egypt. He argues that those who despise intellectuals and monopolize facts and ideas in the name of preserving Islam are in fact...


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