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The Muslim Brotherhood’s role in Egyptian political life continues to be discussed in Egyptian media after the file of their alleged military activities was referred to the State Security apparatus.
The article denounces the Sunnah-Shī‘ah disputes. The author reminds the conflicting parties that the two ideologies derive from the same religion, Islām, which commands them to be united.
The declaration to establish the Muslim Brotherhood party has triggered a big reaction in the media. Some consider the move to be a political maneuver, due to the dilemma the Brotherhood passed through after students connected to it held a parade at the Azhar University. Others saw it as a step...
This article explains that Egyptian intellectuals can not carry out their mission to free people’s minds from control due to fear of the state and of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The article praises the legal procedure taken against ‘Brotherhood Militias’ that appeared in the Azhar University as a step forward to separating the state from religion.
In an escalation of the Egyptian government’s crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, security authorities dealt a blow to the outlawed group’s financial muscle as it arrested a number of businessmen affiliated to the group.
Egyptian papers run dozens of articles on a variety of subjects directly or indirectly related to the Muslim Brotherhood’s military-style rally at Azhar University’s campus. Analysts and commentators saw the Brotherhood’s military-style protest from various, but still close, perspectives, with...
Political analysts and commentators raised a plethora of questions as to the significance of the Muslim Brotherhood’s military-style parade by masked Brotherhood members on the campus grounds of the Azhar University.
The author considers the Azhar Takfīr thesis to be mere slander. For him it indicates unproved accusations that violate the rules of academic research. He associates the thesis with the Muslim Brotherhood’s ideology, and warns of the increasing danger of terrorism that seems even reach...
Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif stirred controversy by suggesting the existence of a private Brotherhood army while at the same time causing friction within the ruling National Democratic Party with his recent statements.
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.
The article explains that the Muslim Brotherhood still brag of military capabilities which they do not actually have in reality.
The article highlights some of the most important issues regarding Muslim Brotherhood funding, their relations with the political regime and most importantly, the suspicions regarding their military arrangements.
Basant Mūsa asks Dr. Hāla Mustafa about her opinions on Islamic movements in the Arab world.
A recent statement by the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, in which he said that the Brotherhood was ready to send 10,000 troops to Lebanon, has raised the fears of the Egyptian government about the group’s military expertise and capabilities.
The review tackles the controversial statements made by Brotherhood chief Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif that he was ready to send 10,000 men to fight alongside Ḥizb Allāh militants against Israel.
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