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A few weeks ago, Turkish authorities released an Egyptian terrorist sentenced to death in Egypt for his role in the Kerdasa [Kirdāsa] Massacre after detaining him for six months without explaining the reason for his detention or his subsequent release.
The Swedish website “Nordic Monitor“, found out that one of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s advisors supported the Egyptian Islamic Jihād, a group that the United Nations Security Council included in its list of groups connected with al-Qāʿidah. During the 90s the presidential advisor,...
Nabīl Na’īm, founder of Jihad organization, stated in response to the bombs that shook the street in front of Engineering Faculty, CairoUniversity, that Muslim Brotherhood students were capable of tricking the policemen. They made them think that there were demonstrations in the area order to lead...
‘Modhakkirat al-Ta‘riyah li Kitāb al-Tabri’ah’ [Memo of the Denudation of the Exculpation Book], is a book by Dr. Fadl of the Jihād Islamic in which reveals his discusses issues related to hi relationship with al-Qā‘idah and Ayman al-Zawāhirī its second man who severely criticized Dr. Fadl’s...
‘Abd al-Rūsūl highlights the positive changes achieved in Egypt regarding the Islamic groups. He points out the recent efforts to achieve a compromise between the Egyptian government on one hand and al-Jihād organization and al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah on the other.
The article presents the various reactions to Mahdī ‘Ākif’s, the supreme guide of the banned Muslim Brotherhood, statements in which he praised Usāmah Bin Lādin and his al-Qā‘idah organization.
This week’s articles about the reactions to the introspections of the Jihād Group showed an extent of sympathy for the conditions of Islamist detainees and even the ones who have just been released.
The Egyptian press analyzes the various repercussions of the declared introspections of the Jihād Group. Political observers and specialists in political Islam differ in their evaluation of these introspections.
al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmīyah and al-Jihād have major structural differences; however, they are both engaged in revisions that will stop the groups’ from using violence in their political activity. al-Qā‘idah fears the influence of the introspections on its members.
The ideas of the Islamic groups’ ideological reviews do not differ from the ideas of the Azhar scholars who support the ruling regimes.


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