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Dr. ‘Ibrahīm Nigm, advisor to the grand muftī, stated that the Muslim Brotherhood organization is resorting to the taqiyah method and trying to set the stage until the opportunity comes to announce that it has adopted ISIS’s thought. 
Religious reform is the starting point in any culture for social or political reform. This is because religious thought is perplexing and is often represented by terrorism, superstition and the shocking illogical Fatwás which have reached their peak.
In this article, the author demonstrates the points of differences and agreement between the doctrines of the Shi’ites and the Sunnis.
Dr. cIsām Fahīm, the most important Shi’ite leader in Egypt, asserted that Shi’ites have no political objectives and that they are different from Muslim Brotherhood and all other religious groups.
Due to taqīya, that is the concept of concealing of one’s true religious beliefs, the number of Shi’ ites in Egypt can not be exactly verified, however, estimates indicate that they do not exceed one percent of the total population.
The author argues that the Muslim Brotherhood is applying the Shi’ite practice of Taqīya which allows them to use double talk in order to hide their real intentions.
An article about the Muslim Brotherhood’s intent to establish a state that has a religious, and not civil nature, and the attitude of the Muslim Brotherhood towards the Copts.
In this article, Dr. ‘Alī Jum‘a, muftī of Egypt, explains five points of disagreement between Sunnis and Shi’ites. He made clear that these disagreements have no real grounds.
The author states that Hamās has the right to rule Palestine but asks whether such movements can ever accept the principle of the circulation of power. The author stresses that opposing and criticizing these movements is not equal to criticizing and opposing Islam, because these groups do not...
The author explains that disputes among Muslims are negatively affecting Islamic unity. These disputes are the result of two widespread misconceptions. The first is taqiyā and the second is the extreme sanctification of imāms.


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