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Arab-West Report extends its condolences to the family and friends of the victims in the March 22 and March 27 terrorist attacks in Brussels and Lahore, as well as to all Belgians and Pakistanis. The terrorist attack at Zaventem Airport and Maalbeek Metro station in Brussels claimed the lives of 34...
The author presents the assassination of two key Egyptian politicians of the 20th century and the role that the Muslim Brotherhood played in an attempt to expose how the banned group has been following terrorist thoughts.
The author records the history of the Muslim Brotherhood and its relation with Copts.
As President Mubārak called for the Constitutional amendments, leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood group attacked them as they mainly aim at preventing political Islamic groups come to power. On the other hand, the media have praised the amendments, showing the dangers of the Brotherhood to both...
The author discusses national unity in the Arab world.
After the Muslim Brotherhood announced their plan to change the ‘banned’ group into a legal political party, many voices were raised in an evaluation of the group’s role in the political life throughout its history.
The author criticizes statements made by Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī in which the Muslim cleric tries to acquit the Muslim Brotherhood of crimes attributed to them by saying that the only act of violence the group was involved in was the assassination of judge al-Khāzindār.
Further titles:- State’s Security Major Fouad Alam: The MB of today is not different from that of the 1940s and 50s. They have a secret cell which is ready to attack, they are just waiting for a chance.- Mamoun El Hudeibi: We will not change our thoughts and programs. We will remain as we are till...
The author reviews a document purportedly sent by Hasan al-Bannā, the founder and murshid of the Muslim Brotherhood, to the 1944 Arab conference in which he demanded pan-Arab political, economic and military cooperation.
The author reviews veteran journalist Muhammad Hasanayn Haykal’s opinions expressed on the Al -Jazeera channel about the Muslim Brotherhood and replies given by the group’s top leaders, in what looks like a face-off between Haykal and the supreme guide.
Veteran journalist Muhammad Hasanayn Haykal speaks on Al-Jazeera channel about his experiences with the Muslim Brotherhood and his meeting with the founder and leader of the group, as well as commenting on the group’s illicit activities, such as the assassination of Egypt’s Prime Minister al-...
The author gives an account of some of the bombings carried out by the Muslim Brotherhood during the time of founder Hasan al-Bannā, as acknowledged by a member of the group’s secret organization.
The author comments on the violent actions of the Muslim Brotherhood group in the past. The group always claims that these actions were mainly against occupation forces in Egypt.
The writer criticizes religious scholars who deliver fatwas without deep consideration and awareness of the issues related to the fatwas.
The author defends the Muslim Brotherhood, rejecting the idea that it is just a violent group, arguing that although they used violence in certain circumstances, they did not invent the use of violence.
The recent terrorist attacks in Sharm al-Sheikh executed by the Abdullah Azzam Brigades which claimed 85 lives and left more than 200 injured are nothing but the last in a long line of terrorist events in Egypt and the entire world.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s official policy is to clarify Islam and jihād. However, they clearly care more about condemning US and UK policies, which trigger terrorist acts by groups claiming they are in jihād.
The author wonders who killed the murshid and founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, Imām Hasan al-Bannā, the man whose ideas and organization still affect politics in Egypt.
The author reviews a book by a Muslim Brotherhood member called Mahmoud al-Sabbāgh. The book, the author says, contains the ideology of the group about killing enemies of Islam, as examples of assassination allowed by the Prophet Muhammad were cited by al-Sabbāgh.

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