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  An unsigned article in al-Dustūr also attacks the forthcoming constitution: “after a period not exceeding 60 days the new ‘Brotherhoodite’ constitution will have been prepared … a clear declaration and announcement of the advent of the Brotherhood state principality. Egypt will witness for years...
'Issām Tulaymah, former director of Yūsuf Al-Qardāwī office, described the Muslim Brotherhood Organisation (MBO) as a “drug” that is given to its members all the time, and called for its abolition. In an article published on a website loyal to the Muslim Brotherhood, Tulaymah praised the...
Egyptian media anchor, Yusrī Fūda, producer and host of a new international Arab language program, The Fifth Estate, for the German-financed international Deutsche-Welle (DW), has criticized some of the conceptions adopted by Islamist groupings, in particular, the Muslim Brotherhood.
In its report published on May 27, Foreign Policy uncovers the role of the Muslim Brotherhood in fanning the flame of sectarian strife against the Copts in Egypt.
`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.”
A book entitled "The Muslim Brotherhood, The Roots Of Religious Extremism And Terrorism In Egypt" by the author Al-Sayed Yūsuf, is considered an objective study covering the history of the Muslim Brotherhood Organization in many respects.
In response to the Muslim Brotherhood sympathizing with the terrorist Habbāra, General Secretary of Long Live Egypt Fund, Tāreq Mahmūd, commented that the Muslim Brotherhood's statement in which it deplores the execution of the Sinai militant, `Ādel Habbāra, shows that the banned organization does...
Al-Qā`eda chief in Afghanistan, Dr. Ayman Al-Zawāhery, used his public video to sharply criticize Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and its founder Shaikh Hassan al-Banna, who, according to Al-Zawāhery, had made serious mistakes, when he pledged allegiance to King Farūq as 'defender of the Qūr'ān'.
In a message he disclosed on his facebook account, Supreme Guide of the Jamā`at Islāmiya, `Āsem `Abd Al-Mājed, attacked the Muslim Brothers and their allies, after their attempt to distort former president Anwar Al-Sadat and paint the victory acquired during hte October war 1973 as fake.
Interviewer: Eline Kasanwidjojo   Language of interview: English (original interview) English (presented transcript)   Transcript: Eline Kasanwidjojo   Approval: Requested and no objection received     This is an interview with Dr. Kamāl al-Hilbāwī, a former member of the Muslim Brotherhood...
Interviewers: Quinta Smit, Eline Kasanwidjojo and Nick Gjorvad   Language of interview: English (original interview), English (presented transcript)   Transcript: Eline Kasanwidjojo   Approval: Requested and no objection received   Prof. ʿAmrū Ḥamzāwī teaches political science at the American...
In its first statement since the Muslim Brotherhood’s General Guide Muhammad Badīʿ and a number of other Brotherhood leaders were added to the Egyptian government’s terrorist list, the group called for its members to escalate their confrontation with the government over the coming days. The...
Two books are currently on the Market, one criticizes the MB of Egypt and the other criticizes Rāshīd al-Ghanūshī and his Nahda party in Tunisia. The first book on Tunisia titled “Mixing politics with religion, al-Ghanūshī invitations to Islamize Muslims” discuss the ways the Nahda party of Tunisia...
The Muslim Brotherhood is a difficult subject to tackle. Some of this is the fault of others – there appears to be significant bias against them in many quarters. Some of this is their own fault – they are a closed organization accountable to no government oversight.  
The article discusses the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in universities and how the group is the most active and effective within university campuses despite the fact that political activities are forbidden in universities
Every Egyptian who does not like something in this country finds no shame in threatening [the government] that he or she would demand the assistance of a foreign organization or government against his or her own country. Saad Eddin Ibrahim [Chairman of Ibn Khaldoun Center for Development Studies]...
Confrontations erupted between the security forces and the Muslim Brotherhood group in the governorate of al-Daqahlīya, killing 34-year-old Mahdī Ghannām, a teacher of English language.
Muslim Brotherhood members staged two simultaneous demonstrations in two of Cairo’s most bustling areas; Ramsīs Square and downtown al-Tahrīr Square. All demonstrators called for abrogating the Emergency Law and for making sharī‘a effectively the source of law.
The once-insider of the outlawed group, ‘Alī ‘Ashmāwī, says he discovered that the organization had been penetrated by Western agencies.

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