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‘Imād al- Dīn ‘Adīb, TV presenter and journalist, stated that there is a new project being developed by the Muslim Brotherhood in coordination with al- Qā’idah (al- Qaeda) called the Free Egyptian Army.  Camps for training this army are believed to be in Libya.  This aims at splitting  the ranks of...
  Muslim Brotherhood sympathizers in the Azhar branch in Assiut have demonstrated their power by holding paramilitary trainings inside the university campus for half an hour. A number of students appeared wearing black face masks and raised al Qaeda flag on campus. They chanted slogans promising...
The political middleman, the Salafī, is worse than the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood. They are swallowing up Egypt now, they control the villages, and the hungry, and the popular neighborhoods by their manipulation of the difficult economic circumstances, and by using Saudi Arabian money.
The Observatory for Takfīrī Fatwās and Extremist Thought, associated with Dār al-Iftā’, affirmed that the clash between terrorist organizations has worsened. Every organization is trying to surpass, and destroy, the other. This clash has transformed into a hostile phenomenon that has spread...
Al-Qā`eda chief in Afghanistan, Dr. Ayman Al-Zawāhery, used his public video to sharply criticize Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and its founder Shaikh Hassan al-Banna, who, according to Al-Zawāhery, had made serious mistakes, when he pledged allegiance to King Farūq as 'defender of the Qūr'ān'.
ʿUmar ʿAbd al-Raḥman was born in 1938 in the village of al-Jamālīyah on the Nile Delta. He lost his sight ten months after his birth due to childhood diabetes. In 1993, ʿAbd al-Raḥman was charged with leading a terrorist group that orchestrated several terrorist attacks.ʿAbd al-Raḥman was convicted...
Ayman Muḥammad Rabīʿ al-Ẓawāhirī is a Muslim who claims that he is committed to bring the golden age of the caliphate back, and advocates a violent means of jihād to achieve his objectives. His own native country Egypt, along with many other countries, considers him a terrorist. During the 1990s,...
The Middle East Media Research Institute recently highlighted a YouTube video issued by the former Muftī of Egypt, Nasr Farīd Wāsil, on May 7, 2011. In his presentation, MEMRI quotes him as saying: The martyr Bin Lādin, Allah's mercy upon him, waged Jihad for the sake of Allah against the Soviets...
A De-radicalization Conference was held on 2-3 December 2009 in the Golden Tulip Flamingo Hotel, Cairo. The conference was hosted by the Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute. About 12 papers were presented, mostly by Egyptians, but with contributions from Norway, Denmark and the United Kingdom. In...
Rose al-Yousuf magazine has recently been astonished by two successive statements: the first by the Jihād organization issuing a death threat to writer Sayyid al-Qimnī if he does not renounce his thoughts and writings, and the second by al-Qimnī himself announcing his renunciation of all the...
Egyptian best selling author and Rose al-Yousuf columnist, Sayyid al-Qimnī, was reported to have received a death threat via e-mail signed by the name of Abu Jihād al-Qi‘qā‘, who is believed to have links with the extremist Islamist group Qā‘idat al-Rāfidayn.
The assassination of Ihāb al-Sharīf has triggered numerous rumors about his appointment, his activities in Iraq, his position, his security, his captors and executors. Many claims and rumors have spread since the assassination of the Egyptian head of mission in Iraq.
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.
The assassination of Ihāb al-Sharīf has triggered numerous reactions from religious quarters, particularly regarding relations between the Islam endorsed by those who killed him, and the rest of Muslim society.
In response to the Scotland Yard inquiry the Egyptian authorities have arrested Majdī al-Nashar, 33, an Egyptian biochemist suspected of making the bombs that were detonated in the July 7 London blasts that killed 56 people and injured many more.
Muslims in Europe in general and in London more specifically are facing grave difficulties following the London bombings, which might affect their survival there after decades of adaptation.
Zambia will hand over Hāroun Rashīd Aswad - suspected to be the mastermind of the terrorist bombings in London on July 7 - to Britain according to a source in the Zambian intelligence service.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair said he is seeking to hold an international conference with terror-hit countries to explore the best ways of combating terrorism. He added that al-Qā‘ida and similar organizations have targeted 26 countries since 1993.
British Home Secretary Charles Clarke has not ruled out another wave of bombings. Prime Minister Tony Blair has said the persons involved in the recent 7/7 bombings in London have offended Islam by acting under the name of Islam.
On the third anniversary of the attack of September 11, 2001, Arabic newspapers and magazines published articles marking the event. Most of these articles discussed the impact of these attacks, which are generally attributed to al-Qa?ida, on the Arab Muslim world, US-Islām relations, and Arab-...

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