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The article is about a book by Maḥmūd ‘Awaḍ that shows how peaceful and tolerant minister al-Bāqūrī was.
Freedom of press is one the basic human rights in Europe, but at the same time it has to be used wisely in order not to provoke the sensitivity of other, says Tāriq Ramadān.
The article is a translation of an article published in the New York Times about Tareq Ramadan, the grandson of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood Hassan Al-Banna. Ramadan is regarded by a large number of people interested in Islamic affairs as a respectable researcher who calls for a moderate,...
The article is an overview of foreign press reports about the accusation that Tareq Ramadan, grand child of Hassan Al-Banna, has a connection with Bin Laden´s network.
The grandson of Hassan Al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood group, delivered a lecture at the Institut du Monde Arabe [The Institute of the Arab World]. He attacked fundamentalism and asked young Muslims not to melt away and lose their culture and at the same time not to isolate...
The British government has chosen Tāriq Ramadān, Muslim intellectual and grandson of the Muslim Brotherhood’s founder, to work as an anti-fundamentalist-extremism advisor.
The author reviews the Muslim Brotherhood’s international organization and its investments, including al-Taqwa bank, which was accused by the Americans of financing the activities of Usāma Bin Lādin.
The author reviews the birth of the Muslim Brotherhood’s international organization and the reasons behind its fall from grace after Mā’moun al-Hudaybī took over as the sixth murshid of the outlawed group.
The author notes that while reactions to the Danish cartoons have gotten out of hand, the main force behind those reactions was not religious, but politically-motivated groups. He calls on Muslimsnot to blame all Westerners for the cartoons, and for Westerners in kind to not blame all Muslims for...
A review of articles in the Egyptian press on the Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, examining the effect of the demonstrations across the Muslim world on Egypt’s tourist industry and suggestions that governments in Islamic countries have encouraged angry opposition to the cartoons to vent...
A discussion about Tariq Ramadān, his roots and ideology.
Professor of Philosophy and Islamic Studies at Frieberg University and Geneva Faculty in Switzerland, Tāriq Ramadān, has stressed the need for Muslim integration into European societies.
‘Ādil Jindī states that Ramadān is a proponent of a theory that says Islam in the future will represent a bastion of resistance against Western hegemony, adding that the growing licentiousness in the West will eventually lead to the triumph of Islam.
Differences of thought within the al-Banna family; from Muslim Brotherhood to European Islam.
Ramadān says that the constitution and laws must be respected "when everything in the country is socially, culturally, economically and legally not against any Muslim principle."
Muslims must reach out and connect with other Britons as equal citizens, and resist the impulse to withdraw into isolated communities, one of the foremost thinkers on Islam in Europe will tell his audience this evening at the European Social Forum in London.
Dr. Muhammad Al-Beshari, head of the public federation of France's Muslims and deputy chairman of the French Council of the Islamic religion stressed that the Council, that was created one year and a half ago managed to develop a institutional framework for the advocation of French Muslims' causes...
American Authorities cancelled a one-year visa for work it had previously granted to the grandson of the founder of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood. Tareq Ramadan, who teaches Islam at the University of Geneva in Switzerland and the University of Freirburg [in Germany], was planning to work for one...
The article is about Tareq Ramadan, the grandson of Sheikh Hassan Al-Banna, who established the Muslim Brotherhood. Tareq Ramadan is an intellectual who has enlightened points of view and the power to convince others. Ramadan leads the Muslims in France through a moderate Islamic thought. He...
The article reports about the response of Tareq Ramadan, a Swiss Islamic intellectual and the grandson of Hassan Al-Banna [the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt] to the decision of someone of the municipality of district No. 12 in Paris for canceling the lease of a hall where Ramadan...

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