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The writer affirms that terrorism is a social phenomenon and not an attribute of the Islamic community – as the international media claims. He believes that terrorism is a product of the capitalist civilization that was then used by Islamic movements. He also states that terrorism is a futile...
The author believes that the way the concept of jihad is used should be reconsidered, especially after the terrorist operations in Riyadh and Casablanca. He criticizes the Sheikh of the Azhar for his call to jihad against the US forces in Iraq.
The article recounts the story of an Egyptian terrorist who was once supported by the US and Saudi Arabia and is now accused of being one of the leaders of the Al-Qa´ida.
The author believes that Wahhabi ideologies prevailing in Saudi Arabia and Morocco are behind the recent terrorist attacks in the two countries.
The author comments on the terrorist operations that took place in Riyadh and Casablanca as well as the possibility that the Al-Qa’ida network is behind them.
The recent attacks in Riyadh and Casablanca raised question about the outreach of terrorist cells in Europe and their impact on the European society.
It is yet to be proved that Al-Qa´ida is behind the recent attacks in Riyadh. However, US senior officials responsible for fighting terrorism believe that these attacks are undoubtedly indicating that Al-Qa´ida is back.
The article gives the text of the statement of the Islamic Research Institute issued by the Sheikh of the Azhar and the Chairman of the Institute. He totally condemned the terrorist operations in Riyadh and Casablanca.
The head of Ansar Al-Sunna Al-Muhammadi [the Supporters of the Sunna of Muhammad] group in Egypt refuted all the accusations that attribute extremism to the ideas of Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abdel-Wahab, the founder of Wahhabism. He said that such accusations are incorrect and do not have any scholarly...
The prominent Scholars Association in Saudi Arabia condemned the recent attack in Riyadh. It issued a statement to the effect that attacking foreigners living in an Islamic country is haram [religiously forbidden].


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