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Al-Qaradāwi is considered one of the prominent symbols of the Muslim Brotherhood. He is not only a religious scholar, but his political positions, affected by religious legislation, made him a controversial figure on several levels. Who is Al-Qaradāwi? What is his historical relationship to the MB...
Interviewer: Eline Kasanwidjojo Language of interview: English (original interview), English (presented transcript) Transcript: Eline Kasanwidjojo Approval: requested and no objection received   The interview with Aḥmad Najīb Founder Council of Trustees of the Revolution in Egypt, evolves round the...
Robert Fisk said that Qatar is playing a dangerous game in Egypt pointing to journalist Muhammad Fahmī who was imprisoned by the Egyptian government for 411 days. Fisk explained that Fahamī is convening a conference called “Journalism is not Political” in which he is expected to talk about al-...
Muhammad Fahmī, an Egyptian journalist for al-Jazeera who was arrested in Egypt in 2013 on charges of spreading false news, reported that he would sue al-Jazeera in Canadian court. His lawyer reported that he plans to seek damages of 100 million dollars in compensation for his ordeal. Fahmī claims...
Al-Jazeera prominent journalist Ahmad Mansūr criticized the written statement of British Prime Minister David Cameron in which he described the Muslim Brotherhood “as possible indicator of extremism”. 
The conflict surrounding the 400-day imprisonment of Peter Greste, an al-Jazeera journalist, put Egypt’s government in an embarrassing position and casted a harsh light on its human rights record. Egyptian president ‘Abd al-Fattāh conceded that the episode was ultimately damaging to Egypt’s...
The imprisoned President of the Al-Jazeera English Office Muhammad Fahmī said that he and his colleagues currently detained in Egypt are not enemies of the state; rather, they are allies of President ‘Abd al-Fattāh al-Sīsī in his war against terrorism. Fahmī and his colleagues are facing charges of...
Accusation of information exchange with Qatar: Mursi arrives in the court The criminal court in Cairo is making its final statement on this case on this day. The accusations concern the misappropriation of reports by Mursi and other leadership figures and their intentional handing over to Qatari...
The Giza Criminal Court sentenced on Saturday three Al-Jazeera English reporters, Muhammad Fahmy, Australian journalist Greste (in absentia) and the Channel producer Baher Muhammad who was sentenced with extra six months, as well as three further convicts to three years in prison for working...
Words of imprisoned Al-Jazeera journalist Muhammad Fahmī: we are not enemies of Egypt The imprisoned President of the Al-Jazeera English Office Muhammad Fahmī said that he and his colleagues currently detained in Egypt are not enemies of the state; rather, they are allies of President ‘Abd al-...

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