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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.
In this article, Hamdi Abdel Raḥmān, one of the eight leaders of the Jamā‘āt al- Islamiya who wrote the four books that renounce most of the ideologies of the Gama?at, speaks about how he came to join the Gama?at al-Islāmīyah, why the Gama?at resorted to violence and why they later renounced...
The police authorities gave the head of the Jihād Group, ‘Abbūd al-Zumur, a temporary release for 24 hours to spend time with his family. Sources from the family asserted that this was a step toward the permanent release and the end of the group’s crisis.
Leaders of the Jihād Group have disagreed with each other on whether or not to rely on violence for the group’s future. Some leaders who are influenced by the attitude of the group’s head, ‘Abbūd al- Zumur, insist on violence, while others see it as unnecessary.
The author publishes a series of articles containing the original texts of the 1981 investigations with Ayman al-Zawāhirī, al-Qā‘idah’s second-in-command, on charges of involvement in the assassination of President Anwar al-Sādāt.
Al-Qāhirah publishes the interrogation report of Ayman al-Zawāhrī, Usāmah Bin Lādin’s right-hand man, and suspect no. 113 in the jihād organization case, who planned and carried out the assassination of al- Sādāt in October 1981.
The Administrative Court affiliated with the State Council is examining today a complaint filed by Aboud Al-Zomor, former leader of Al-Jihad group, against the Ministry of Interior and Prisons Authority. Al-Zomor demands his release as he has completed served his penalty.
The article is about the possibilities of releasing Aboud Al-Zomor who was sentenced to life imprisonment on charges of attempting to carry out a coup and forming a terrorist group which perpetrated crimes during 1980 and 1981. The family of Aboud Al-Zomor filed a complaint before the State Council...
The article is an interview with Al-Nabawi Ismael, the minister of interior at the time of Sadat. He comments on the acquittal of members of the Al-Gama’a Al-Islamiya. He also comments on the Muslims Brotherhood group and the relation between Sadat and Islamic groups.


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