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In an interview with Al-Musawwar magazine, the Brotherhood’s supreme guide, Muhammad Mahdi Akef presented a contract between the Brotherhood and the Journalists’ Syndicate in which it was written that the Brotherhood would rent the hall for a couple of hours to present its statement concerning...
Al-Qahera’s article “The middle stream in the Brotherhood calls for dissolving the group,” published March 16, 2004 mentioned, that there are some members of the Brotherhood who are calling for the dissolution of the group. That is not true. This great group is not owned by any certain person,...
Mudslinging reached dizzy heights between Muslim Brotherhood and the Nasserists in the wake of the publishing of Dr. Yusuf Al-Qaradawi’s diary in which the Muslim attacked (late Egyptian President) Gamal Abd Al-Nasser with foul language and accused him of disbelief and fighting Islam and that...
When Mukhtār Nouh was released in 2002, he carried a reconciliation initiative between the government and the Muslim Brotherhood. Yet, his initiative was rejected by the elders of the Brotherhood who distrust a government that arrests and tortures its members and aims at eradicating the group.
Sixteen imprisoned members of the Brotherhood, including a number of professional syndicate activists, filed a lawsuit demanding to be released, arguing that they were convicted under item 48 of the penal code, which the Constitutional Court annulled.
The Guidance Office of the Muslim Brotherhood refused to allow one of the group’s lawyers to file a lawsuit demanding the application of article 48 [of the Penalties Law] to help release those who were convicted in the case of the professional syndicates.
The Muslim Brotherhood group decided to suspend Seif Al-Islam Hassan Al-Banna’s membership in the group. Ma’amoun Al-Hodeibi notified him that he had told all the Brotherhood leaders to ignore any personal decisions taken by him without consulting the group [Brotherhood]. Al-Hodeibi asked Al-Banna...
Many intellectuals were asked about their opinion regarding the return of Nasr Hamed Abu-Zeid to Egypt. Essam Al-Erain said that he would welcome Dr. Nasr Hamed Abu-Zeid back to Egypt because the case had been transformed from a disagreement on scientific research and points of view into a...
The successor to the General guide of the Brotherhood will hold two positions, the general guide of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and of the International Organization of the Muslim Brotherhood, based in Germany. Members of the Brotherhood are determined this time to have their guide elected in a...
Several wings within the Brotherhood are looking to fill the position of the general guide after Mustafa Mashhour. Some outsiders think succession in the Brotherhood is a result of conflict between the elders and the middle generation. Others claim that it is a power struggle between the "secret"...

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