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The Arab countries, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrayn, and Egypt have issued a joint statement on Friday morning, naming 59 people and twelve entities, 26 of them Egyptian, accused of terror actions. The statement included a list of wanted people, among them was Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī, who...
Amid a state of deterioration, disintegration and weakness that the Muslim Brotherhood Organization (MB) in Egypt is enduring, and after facing successive blows, increasing talk about the emergence of other powers, belonging to the stream of political Islam, emerged on the scene, aspiring to become...
On Thursday, July 26, the family of ‘Umar ‘Abd al-Rahmān ratcheted up their rhetoric in their awareness campaign to free their father. The family issued five demands to President Mursī and invited speakers to comment, some of whom threatened America harshly. In the picture: Kamāl Hilbāwī
One of the interesting subplots to the Egyptian revolution is the fate of ‘Umar ‘Abd al-Rahmān, known as the Blind Shaykh, who is incarcerated in America for his role in organizing the 1993 attempt to blow up the World Trade Center. His family has maintained a small sit-in protest outside the US...
Who are the Muslim Brotherhood, and what do they represent? Having thousands of members means that many people are able to speak as representatives, whether they are qualified or designated to do so or not. Yet if one relies only on an official spokesman, it is difficult to know if the comments are...
'Abūd al-Zumur, founding member of Egypt's Islamic Jihād Organization and friend of al-Qā'idah's new chief Ayman al-Zawahrī, said on 3 March 2011 that Usāmah Bin Lādin's death will not affect the organization and pleaded against revenge attacks. Zumur, who was in jail with Zawāhrī, said Bin Lādin...
'Abūd al-Zumur, after his release from prison, announced his new "civilized" project to establish ad hoc committees on takfīr, because, according to him, takfīr should not be practiced by any person but rather should be exclusive to religious scholars.  
Jamāl al-Shināwī tried to arrange a meeting between ‘Abūd al-Zumur and al-Sadāt’s family members, or between the murderer and the family of the murdered person.
One of late President Anwar al-Sadāt's assassins, 'Abūd al-Zumur, has just been released after serving thirty years in jail, and he has given several interviews. Al-Zumur does not deny that any Muslim will meet a tragic end like Sadāt's if he/she digresses from the 'right path of Islam'....
Salafīs occupied Egyptian television and Tāmir Āmīn hosts Muhammad Hasān who considered Copts to be infidels and claimed  the professions of medicine, engineering and working in post offices and banks haram [religiously unlawful].

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