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The International Criminal Law Bureau has issued a report on the history of the Muslim Brotherhood and its relations with terrorist organisations such as ISIS, Qaeda and Boko haram. It cites many examples of the links between the brotherhood and these terrorist organisations using official academic...
Defence of Al-Zawāhrī: My client is paying the price for refusing to make amends with Mursī  The lawyer defending Muhammad al-Zawāhrī has stated that the defendant has been accused of creating a terrorist organisation linked to al-Qaeda but that he has many defence arguments. In a television...
 International Report: The Muslim Brotherhood, the origin of terrorist groups  The Office of International Criminal Law published a report on the history and development of the Muslim Brotherhood group and on its relations with terrorist groups, from al-Qāʿida, to ISIL, to Bait Maqdis and Boko...
Fatwah: Islamic Law prohibits the affiliation with the Muslim Brotherhood The Grand Mufti of Egypt, Prof. Mohammad Shouqī ʿUlām, clarified that the affiliation and association with the Muslim Brotherhood is prohibited by Islamic Law because the Islamic religion forbids joining groups like this one...
Three years ago, on February 27, 2013, we interviewed Aḥmad Ashūsh in our office. These were the days of President Muhammad Mursī and we then made efforts to understand the motivations of the different people involved various Islamists movements. Aḥmad Ashūsh was arrested in October 2013 for the...
Thousands of young people from Western countries have gone to Syria during recent years to fight under the black flag of what Prof. Schleifer calls “the most brutal and threateningly successful jihadist group, calling itself the Islamic State.” The British Tony Blair Foundation recently published a...
Arab-West relations have been one of the most controversial relationships in the international arena for decades.
The fight against IS must also be fought in ideological terms. Egyptian Sheikh Dr. Muhammad Salah, who speaks the language of Salafi Muslims, is eager to play a role in this effort. This is the background of my contribution to the Op Ed page in Trouw.  
  The Egyptian Interior Minister, Habīb al-‘Adlī, confirmed that Al-Qā ̓eda has no presence in Egypt as an organization, although he conceded that it is possible that the organization has followers in Egypt. Upon being asked whether or not there have been Egyptians recruited by al-Qaeda, al-‘Adālī...

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