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Montasser Al-Zayyat expressed his satisfaction at the reactions towards the four books. A former state security prosecutor said that it was the first time for the leaders of the Gama´at Al-Islamiya to renounce their ideologies in that explicit way as expressed in the books. One of the lawyers...
The author reviews a report issued by Al-Ahrām Center for Political and Strategic Studies in the form of a handbook about Islamist movements and organizations, in a bid to come up with a clear definition of terrorism.
Al-Ahrām Center for Political and Strategic Studies has recently published the first issue of the Guide to Islamic Movements in the World, which provides a thorough analysis of the increasing popularity of Islamic movements and ideas around the world.
Mahdī Mustafa believes that the three bombings that hit Amman’s largest hotels on November 9 have made it quite clear that neither closed borders nor security procedures can prevent terrorist bombings.
In this interview with Dr. Diyaa Rashwan, the head of the Political Systems Department of Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategical Studies, he analyzes the relationship between the Muslim Brotherhood and the ruling Egyptian regime.
AUC students held a seminar discussing Christian worries and citizenship in Egypt. Both Sāmih Fawzī, a journalist, and Dr. Diyā’ Rashwān, Head of Political Systems Unit at the Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, participated in the seminar.
Meunier gives the most negative interpretation possible to the interviews with extremists in Al Mussawar. He suggests it could be to polish their images for a wide Egyptian public. It helps according to Meunier to install the idea, despite their apologies for their deeds, that this is a path to...
The closing of Al-Geel Al-Muslim schools administrated by the Brotherhood is followed by the closing of some other Islamic schools and civil organizations. The timing of such procedures shows that it is correct that America included the Brotherhood in its list of the groups supporting terrorists.
It was found that peaceful political-social Islamic movements are next to nothing in using the Internet and the utilization of its domain in their activities. The contradiction is that other competing non-Islamic movements are not similarly exposed to that technology.
The article raises the question of whether the collapse of Taliban means the end for the Islamic groups. It also speaks about the need for a modern Islamic project that gathers together all Muslims in order to present a bright picture of Islam.


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