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How the Muslim Brotherhood came to establish an international organization is discussed.
The following issue of AWR presents a number of articles on the recent disputes around the monastery of Abū Fānā, Upper Egypt, including AWR interviews with governor Ahmed Dia el-Din, father Dumadios from the Monastery of Abu Fana, the head of the Arab Bani Khaled tribe, two prominent shaykhs, four...
The author reviews a book by Khalīl al-‘Anānī entitled, ’al-Ikhwān al-Muslimūn fī Misr; Shaykhūkhah Tusāri‘ al-Zaman’ [The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt; Old Age Struggling Time].
The article reviews a number of articles on the contested campaigns of members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group over the upcoming local council elections.
The author reviews the concept of “the awaited Mahdī” that has been widely adopted by spiritual leaders of various Islamic movements as a way to have power over their members.
The article talks about whether the banned Muslim Brotherhood group could be seen as a real political alternative for the future or just an opposition group that lacks sufficient skills and awareness to govern.
Robeir al-Faris recently published a book entitled, ‘The Muslim Brothers (MB) and the Copts…Repercussions of Confrontation and Dialogue.’ The following article presents an overview of the book.
The extremist right-wing of The Netherlands has opposed the appointment of Dr. Ṭāriq Ramaḍān at the University of Leiden Islamic Studies Chair, under claims that it had been financed by the fascist state of Oman.
Surprisingly, the Islamic Research Academy has recommended the publishing of books written by leaders of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group, believing they could enrich Islamic thinking.
The author discusses the relationship between the Muslim Brotherhood and the ruling political system from the Brotherhood’s establishment in 1928 until now.


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