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The author claims that though Ramadān refuses to see religion as a personal belief that does not impose itself on others, condemns those who reject Muslim clothing, such as the hijāb, and describes liberal Muslims as "Muslims without Islam," he is currently acting as an advisor to the British...
Dr. Rifa’at Al-Said’s recent yet-another-controversial book “Hassan Al-Banna, the armed sheikh” is focusing on the moment when the da’wa [Call to Islam] via wisdom and affability turns into armed violence. This sums up the idea of the book considering many people’s defense of Hassan Al-Banna, on...
By listening to Muhammad Mehdi Akef, the seventh guide of the Islamist organization founded in 1928 by Hassan Al-Banna, one has a feeling of dealing with a personality that is regarded as the "pope" of Islam.
Muslims must reach out and connect with other Britons as equal citizens, and resist the impulse to withdraw into isolated communities, one of the foremost thinkers on Islam in Europe will tell his audience this evening at the European Social Forum in London.
American professors of Arab origin and Muslim faith became subject to much scrutiny. Those professors are sometimes accused of being anti-Semitic or disloyal to America. On August 24, the Chicago Tribune reported about a recent incident in lengthy article by Cam Simpson under the title "Muslim...
American Authorities cancelled a one-year visa for work it had previously granted to the grandson of the founder of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood. Tareq Ramadan, who teaches Islam at the University of Geneva in Switzerland and the University of Freirburg [in Germany], was planning to work for one...
Now the whole world is talking about reform, the Muslim Brotherhood does not want to miss the boat and has immediately released reform initiatives. Their initiative is very rational and polite; they spoke of citizenship and the honor of voting in elections. But is this vision compatible with the...
In the early days of the Brotherhood, Hassan Al-Banna looked at the political map in Egypt in the 1930s and decided to choose Ali Maher Pasha, who was a very ambitious character. Al-Banna forged a relationship with Maher to help him spread his [Al-Banna’s] group, the Muslim Brotherhood. Through...
The exaggeration about the comparison between the role of traditional Islam and the Coptic Orthodox Church is simple. It is not the difference in attitude but in numbers/statistics. Copts simply do not have the numbers to seek power as Islamists do.
‘Alī ‘Ashmāwī discusses the obvious change in the stance of the Muslim Brotherhood towards their political demands and wonders whether this desire is a political plan while, in fact, they secretly follow the same policy of Brotherhood guide Hasan al-Bannā. Or it is a weakness in the group and they...

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