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On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Muslim Brotherhood, one of the Brotherhood’s leaders affirmed that the group was calling for dialogue and not for confrontation. He called the government to dialogue and cooperation in order to face the challenges of the biased...
In this article Sheikh Youssef Al-Qaradawi speaks about Islam and secularism, the weakness and disunity among Muslims, the Muslims’ aggression towards the West, the violence of the Gama’at Al-Islamiya and the responsibility of the preachers, thinkers and the governments towards correcting the...
The article compares the Muslim Brotherhood and the Taliban. Both of them practice terrorism and claim to be following religion.
Dr. Rifa’at Al-Said, the general secretary of the Tagammu opposition party, believes that Islamizing politics is the essence of terrorism and that the Muslim Brotherhood were the first to use terrorism. He stresses that that Islam is not a fertile ground for radical thoughts as some people claim.
The author expressed his pride at being an Islamist and someone who likes the Brotherhood and found them to be ideal Muslims. At the same time, he praised the family of the late president Gamal Abdel Nasser, although he was the person who imprisoned the leaders of the Brotherhood.
Ahmed Mansour is an Egyptian belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood. He works for Qatar satellite channel. He always defames Egypt and its former leaders in his program. The author described him as a gravedigger, digging for politically dead people to use in his arguments.
The Guidance Office of the Muslim Brotherhood refused to allow one of the group’s lawyers to file a lawsuit demanding the application of article 48 [of the Penalties Law] to help release those who were convicted in the case of the professional syndicates.
The Muslim Brotherhood want to form a political party to end their series of failed coalitions with other parties. Dr. Essam Al-Erian said that founding a Brotherhood Party was the only way to end the stagnation in the Egyptian political arena.
Muslim Brotherhood MPs demanded a change to freedom-restricting laws and also demanded political and democratic reform. Such an action made political circles wonder whether this was an indication of a radical transformation in the Brotherhood’s anti-freedom position, or an attempt by the...
The article is an interview with Mohammed Hassanin Heikal. Among many questions about his relations with the late president Sadat, Camp David treaty and the Palestinian issue, he was asked whether there was a sectarian problem in Egypt or not.


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