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In this article, Egyptian researcher Dr. Kamāl Ḥabīb narrows down ten writings that he believes lay the foundation for using violence and explicitly call for it under the concepts of al-ḥākimiyya [God’s sovereignty], defending Muslim lands, and applying the sharīʿah [Islamic law]. 
Jihād’s leadership is reconsidering, with some reservation, their ideology of violence. Changes are being discussed among the group members. A final first draft will soon be issued.
The Jihād organization considers that governments which do not apply sharica [Islamic law] must be attacked in order to force them to do so.
The terrorism recruitment machine is working hard and sympathizers seem ready to get involved. Among them are the protagonists of fundamentalist fatwas. Such fatwas emanate from names that are well known to us and are unfortunately very influential.
The author comments on Montasser Al-Zayyat´s "Al-Zawahri as I knew him," through speaking about the reality of the claimed alliance took place between the Gama´at Al-Islamiya and the Jihad group. He also sheds light on the ideologies of the latter.
“All judges will not live for long, while the condemned, Khaled, is eternal.” With these words Abdel Rahman Al-Abnudy [a famous Egyptian poet] said goodbye to Khaled Al-Islambuli, Sadat’s assassin. Khaled Al-Islambuli appeared for the first time on 23 September 1981, when the leader of his unit...
Mountaser Al-Zayyat, the lawyer of the fundamentalist groups in Egypt, stated thatKhaled Al-Islamboly, the assassin of Sadat, was not a member of Al-Jihad organization or of the Gama’a Islamiya; he was closely linked to Muhammad Abdel Salam Farag, leader of Al-Jihad in 1981.
In his book "The Risk in the Deal Between the Government and the Groups of Violence", Abdel Rahim, a journalist for Al-Ahali, speaks about the confrontation between the government and the groups of violence and the deal between them. The book speaks about the "initiative of the Jihad organization"...
A brief history of Al-Jihad organization.
Egypt’s most militant group, the Gamaa Islamiya has a web site on the internet.
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