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After David Cameron, British Prime Minister, has demanded an investigation into the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in the UK, Ibrāhīm Munīr, the Secretary of the International Organization of the Muslim Brotherhood, stated that if the Muslim Brotherhood in the UK is banned many in the Muslim...
The International Union of Muslim Scholars has continued its meetings in Istanbul. Its members voted for Dr. Yūssuf Qaradāwī to remain in his position as a head to the union for the fourth time. 
Dr. Yusuf al- Qaradāwī, head of the International Union of Muslim Scholar has requested the members of the union to convene in Turkey to discuss the crisis that the Muslim Brotherhood organization is going through.
Interviewers: Eline Kasanwidjojo, Quinta Smit Language of interview: Arabic (original interview), English (presented transcript) Interpreter: Hamdī ( last name unknown, friend of Mahmūd Fathī) Transcript: not mentioned Approval: Requested and no objection received   This is the second transcript of...
  Interviewers: Quinta Smit and Eline Kasanwidjojo   Language of interview: English (original interview), English (presented transcript)   Transcript: not mentioned   Approval: Requested and no objection received     The discussion is about the structure of the Muslim Brotherhood, the interference...
Rifʿat al-Saʿīd was born in al-Mansūrah, al-Daqahlīyah governorate on 11 October, 1932. al-Saʿīd is considered as one of the most prominent leftist figures in Egypt. In 2005, al-Saʿīd criticized the amendment proposed by President Ḥusnī Mubārak to article 67 of the Egyptian constitution. The...
The International Organization for the Muslim Brotherhood is attempting to form a govern-in-exile in Turkey in order to embarrass the Egyptian government in front of the international community and to try to achieve concessions and sympathy from the government. Egyptian politicians responded...
Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Egypt stress that the future general guide will be chosen from among the members of the ?Guidance Committee,? who are all Egyptians. Leaders of the international Brotherhood group object to confining the position of the general guide to Egyptian leaders.
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...
Following the mixed public reaction to the recent statements made by the Egyptian minister of culture, Fārūq Husnī, on the Ḥijāb, the People’s Assembly’s committees for Religious Affairs and Culture and Media held an emergency meeting on Sunday to discuss the issue. In an attempt to...
Fu’ād ‘Alām talks about the relations between security services and the Muslim Brotherhood. He denies the torture to death of Kamāl al- Sinānīrī and blames the leadership of the Brotherhood for concocting a fake crisis about his file out of self-protection.
The author criticizes statements made by Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī in which the Muslim cleric tries to acquit the Muslim Brotherhood of crimes attributed to them by saying that the only act of violence the group was involved in was the assassination of judge al-Khāzindār.
Subtitles:- I never play with my words or dress them up, I just take care of everything.- America feels easy at heart with some Islamic tendencies. It even defends their interests.- The security system will not stand still towards violence.- I am not an Islamic writer, but a Muslim writer.- Wearing...
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.
The author warns of a conspiracy by Hamās, through the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood, to make Jordan a substitute country for the Palestinians by turning the Hashemite kingdom into an Islamic country to liberate the Palestinian lands.
The author reviews veteran journalist Muhammad Hasanayn Haykal’s opinions expressed on the Al -Jazeera channel about the Muslim Brotherhood and replies given by the group’s top leaders, in what looks like a face-off between Haykal and the supreme guide.
The author expresses astonishment over the position taken by the Muslim Brotherhood group in Jordan, who supported Abu Mus‘ab al-Zarqāwī in his attacks on the three hotels in Jordan, which claimed lives of scores of civilians.
The author asserts that the Muslim Brotherhood uses research and studies centers as a mean to practice politics, through making statements and publishing articles’ carrying the Islamic group’s ideology.
The author argues that the Muslim Brotherhood is not in any way a public organization. None of the criteria of public organizations, as stipulated in the Egyptian constitution and law, applies to the Muslim Brotherhood.

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