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The author discusses why jihādi groups find aircrafts such an attractive target for terrorist attacks.
An interview with Mustafa al- Zayyāt, member of al-Jam‘āt al- Islāmīya and the main attorney defending those accused of Islamic fundamentalism, concerning Ayman al-Zawāhirī whom he knew very well from the days they spent together in al-Qal‘a Prison.
In an interview with his Eminence Dr. Muhammad Al-Mokhtar Muhammad Al-Mahdy, Director General of Shariya [Shari’a-based] NGOs, and professor in Al-Azhar University, talked about many issues of concern to Muslims. Among these issue are the crisis of the Islamic world, the concept of jihad , the...
A heated rivalry over the position of the general secretary of the Islamic Lawyers Association will be witnessed. The deputy who was the founder of Al-Shari’a party is the strongest rival to occupy this position.
The Islamic Lawyers Association decided to choose Montasser Al-Zayyat as its general secretary. It also held a meeting at which it was decided not to suspend the activities of the Association any longer and to delay electing its board members.
The Islamic Lawyers group resumed its activities after more than six years of suspension, due to the detention of some of its members.
Islamist Lawyers Abroad have renewed their trust in Montasser Al-Zayyat as secretary general of their association. The association [Islamist Lawyers Front] survived the disagreements among its members, which caused Al-Zayyat to hand in his resignation. Al-Zayyat’s resignation was rejected at a...
The members of the Islamist Lawyer’s Front overcame the crisis, which led to its secretary’s, Montasser Al-Zayyat, attempted resignation. At a meeting of members of the Front Al-Zayyat’s resignation was rejected. They declared their support for Zayyat in the coming Bar Association elections.
Disagreements within the Islamist Lawyers’ Front led to the resignation of Montasser Al-Zayyat, its secretary general. Al-Zayyat said that he wrote the resignation last April, but he delayed submitting it until after the date of the elections of the Bar Association was set, fearing that it might be...
In a positive reaction to the Gama’at al-Islamiya’s decision a year ago to stop violence, the Ministry of Interior released last Monday the largest number of detainees this year.
A few days ago the Egyptian Interior Ministry executed the death punishment that was issued by the military court against three members of the Islamic group.
Montaser Al-Zayat announced that leaders of Muslim groups who are jailed in Egypt, agreed to cease armed violence.
A statement smuggled out of prison through an Islamist lawyer, signed by 10 so-called historic leaders of the underground organizations Jihad and Al-Gama’a Al-Islamiya, is the latest in a series of the jailed leaders’ appeals for an end to anti-government attacks.
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