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A group of terrorists carried out their threats and slaughtered Egypt’s top envoy to Iraq Ambassador Īhāb al-Sharīf. The Egyptian late Ambassador was born on the first of January 1954, and graduated from the Lycee France’. He has been working for the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 1976.
Sa‘īd Shu‘ayb reports about the Ḥadd of Riddah and how it is manipulated by Islamic extremists.
The author talks about Abū Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī’s life and notes that al- Zarqāwī has turned out to be one of the most wanted terrorists and bloodiest criminals in the history of Iraq.
The author criticizes opinions liking al- Zarqāwī to Che Guevara, a true freedom fighter admired and respected by nations all over the world for inspiring an honorable struggle for liberation from dictatorships, unlike al- Zarqāwī, who will end up in the ash heap of history.
The author complains that although the Jordanian "terrorist" Abu Mus‘ab al- Zarqāwī has been killed, there still lives an ideology of takfīr that views al- Zarqāwī as a mujāhid as seen in a statement issued by Hamās.
With the growth of home-grown terrorism in Europe and in Canada, scholars and experts discuss the reasons why some Muslims in Western societies seem to be drawn to terrorism.
The author discusses the identity of the alleged successor of Abu Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī, the former leader of al-Qā‘ida in Iraq, amidst conflicting information provided by US and Egyptian security agencies on this score.
The author expresses astonishment over the position taken by the Muslim Brotherhood group in Jordan, who supported Abu Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī in his attacks on the three hotels in Jordan, which claimed lives of scores of civilians.
Absentee prayers were performed for the soul of Abou Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī in many small Egyptian and Jordanian mosques. The Muslim Brotherhood considers him to be a martyr.
In a statement published on the Internet yesterday, the leader of al-Qā‘ida, Usāma Bin Lādin, vowed to avenge the death of the group’s leader in Iraq, Abu Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī.

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