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An article appeared in Tahrīr stating that the late Sayyid Qutb, main ideologue of the Muslim Brotherhood, was a freemason.
`Ali Jūm`ah, member of the Senior `Ulema Council and former Mufti of Egypt, launched an attack on the Muslim Brotherhood, describing them as a “terrorist group that persists to Mūshrik (polytheist) attitude.”
What is it that drives Hamās, the Jordanian Muslim Brothers, and many other Islamist groups before them, to declare openly that they are not associated to the Muslim Brotherhood Organization (MBO) of Egypt or to its international branches? The failures of the Muslim Brotherhood today is the result...
Muhammad Badī', the Muslim Brotherhood's (MB) Murshid [Guide], said that the basis of knowledge and morals in the Egyptian community come from the Azhar, adding that all MB and al-Jamā'ah al-Islāmīyah are brought up on this. He said that Sayīd Qutb, whom he called a martyr, advised him to take care...
Let’s quickly look at some quotations from the writings of Sayyed Qutb. In his book “Al-Islam wa Mushkelat Al-Hadara” [Islam and the dilemmas of civilization], Qutb wrote “A thousand books about Islam, a thousand sermons in mosques and a thousand films about Islam are not enough. Creating a small...
Rose al-Yūsuf is a democratic magazine established by an outstanding remarkable woman who played a leading role in Egyptian history. ‘Izzat attacks the thesis and its author describing him as the doctor of heterodoxy.
The writer is discussing the debate about suggestions for reforming religious curricula for secondary schools, because these curricula are said to repeat, word by word, phrases from the books of the executed ex-leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Sayyid Qutb.
After the Muslim Brotherhood announced their plan to change the ‘banned’ group into a legal political party, many voices were raised in an evaluation of the group’s role in the political life throughout its history.
‘Abd Allāh al-‘Alyān, the author, discusses an article written by Radwān al-Sayyid about the thoughts of late prominent leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Sayyid Qutb. The article aims to acquit Qutb of being the ideological source of violence-motivated groups.
This article reviews the book, ‘Listening to Islam,’ an attempt to present Islam objectively through the eyes of four very different people, two Christian and two Muslim. The author asserts that the book is a very useful and thought provoking introduction to the problems of Christian/Muslim...

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