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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.
The author is a member of the Brotherhood. His article is a study about the group that deals with the Brotherhood from inside and its relations with Islamic groups, political parties, the Egyptian regime and Islamic countries in the light of the US control of the world.
A new security drive had targeted key figures of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group within days after announcing the platform of their alleged political party.
The author interviews Jamāl al-Bannā, brother of Haṣan al-Bannā who founded the Muslim Brotherhood, on a number of issues relevant to Egyptian society today, including Muslim-Christian relations.
The article is the first in a series of articles that discuss the idea of a religious state. The author presents excerpts of articles that show the progression of the Muslim Brotherhood, and the influence that their ideals are currently having on society.
Dr. Fāṭimah Sayyid Ahmad considers the role of the Muslim Brotherhood in politics, where this role originated, and how the Brotherhood justifies their calls to establish an Islamic state.
Although the Muslim Brotherhood has decided to delay the establishment of their long-awaited political party, liberal thinkers attack its political platform, warning that it supports sectarianism.


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