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The article discusses the latest declarations made by Mahdī ‘Ākif regarding the position of Copts in Egypt.
Following a series of controversial statements that aroused the anger of many Egyptians, the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, was recently quoted as allegedly inciting the murder of Arab leaders during an interview with a national newspaper.
Sa‘īd Shu‘ayb, the journalist who conducted the interview with the Supreme Guide of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group which triggered uproar amongst writers, political commentators and analysts, gauges reactions.
The recent campaign of detaining a number of Muslim Brotherhood members has raised many questions about the possibility of arresting the Supreme Guide of the group, Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, on charges of endangering national security and inciting the public against the government.
The author criticizes the interview by Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, the Brotherhood chief, in which his statements insulting Egypt and its people triggered a fuss amidst Egyptian public opinion and the press.
The author harshly criticizes an editorial in the al -Mukhtār al-Islāmī magazine that relentlessly attacked the journalist, Sa‘īd Shu‘ayb, who conducted a controversial interview with Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, the Murshid of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, and Rose al- Yousuf newspaper for...
The author criticizes the tug-of-war between the Muslim Brotherhood deputies and those of the NDP inside parliament over trivial issues. Instead, he argues that they should unify their ranks as Egyptians in the face of terrorism, which is gnawing at the country’s significant source of income...
Rose al-Yousuf’s latest interview with the supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, in which he used indecent words against Egypt and Egyptians, has prompted angry reactions from the Egyptian public. In this issue, Rose al-Yousuf publishes a number of angry letters sent...
A historian who dedicated his works to writing the history of the Muslim Brotherhoods refutes statements made by their supreme guide in a television interview.
The author criticizes the statement issued by Muslim Brotherhood’s Deputy Murshid Muhammad Habīb.
Ma’moun Fandī criticizes Egyptian media’s silence toward the insult the Muslim Brotherhood’s guide directed to Egypt. He believes that one explanation for this silence is the heavy presence of Islamists inside media outlets.
The author comments on the statement of the Muslim Brotherhood’s supreme guide in which he said "to hell with Egypt.” He explains that the Muslim Brotherhood is not the first group to adopt a cross-nations ideology.
The head of the banned Muslim Brotherhood has declined to offer an apology for his statements in an interview published by Rose al-Yousuf newspaper in which he said "to hell with Egypt and its people," which drew wide-scale angry reactions in the Egyptian press.
Muslim Brotherhood officials said they would apologize to the Egyptian people if the statements attributed to their leader, in which he allegedly said "to hell with Egypt and its people" turned out to be authentic. Reactions to ‘Ākif’s statements, published within an interview by Rose al-...
The author says he interviewed the Muslim Brotherhood supreme guide, Mahdī ‘Ākif, in his Irshād [Guidance] office a few days ahead of the last parliamentary elections, but the interview it was not published in full at the newspaper for which he used to work.
The author criticizes the murshid of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood organization, Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, for his insults against Egypt during an interview he gave to journalist Sa‘īd Shu‘ayb, who could not publish it in full in his weekly column in al-Karāma newspaper.
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