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In this article, Egyptian researcher Dr. Kamāl Ḥabīb narrows down ten writings that he believes lay the foundation for using violence and explicitly call for it under the concepts of al-ḥākimiyya [God’s sovereignty], defending Muslim lands, and applying the sharīʿah [Islamic law]. 
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.
Al- Nusrah Front and the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant continued their warfare despite the calls of Qa’ida leader, Ayman al- Zawāhirī, call upon them to stop fighting.
 The article written by ‘abūd al-Zumur, member of the Shūra council of the Jamā’ah Islamiyyah, triggered a crisis. In the article, al-Zumur said deposed president Muhamad Mursī no longer has any jurisdiction, given the fact that he is in prison. 
'Abūd al-Zumur, founding member of Egypt's Islamic Jihād Organization and friend of al-Qā'idah's new chief Ayman al-Zawahrī, said on 3 March 2011 that Usāmah Bin Lādin's death will not affect the organization and pleaded against revenge attacks. Zumur, who was in jail with Zawāhrī, said Bin Lādin...
One of late President Anwar al-Sadāt's assassins, 'Abūd al-Zumur, has just been released after serving thirty years in jail, and he has given several interviews. Al-Zumur does not deny that any Muslim will meet a tragic end like Sadāt's if he/she digresses from the 'right path of Islam'....
Egypt’s al-Jihād group has stunned public opinion with its recent announcement that it killed al-Ahrām journalist Ridā Hilāl, whose mysterious disappearance a couple of years ago bewildered the security agencies.
Websites run by fundamentalists published the editorial of the issue No. 60 of the ?Al- Mujahidun? publication, the mouthpiece of the Egyptian Jihad group. It is written by Ayman Al-Zawahri and speaks about Jihad.
A new published photo of ‘Abbūd al-Zumur depicts him as an old man who does not repent what he did.
Dr. Maḥmūd Ismā‘īl tackles the concept of "state of religion" in Islām.

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