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Sāmī Ja'far interviewed Jihād ‘Awdah, member of National Democratic Party's Politics committee; ‘Awdah believe that to get rid of Muslim Brotherhood groups in Gaza, Bahrain, and Kuwait, we need begin from Egypt. ‘Awdah added that the defeat of Sudan's MB came after an attempt to kill President...
  Muhammad Badī', the Muslim Brotherhood's general guide, threaten to pursue the parliament in front of the Supreme Administrative Court and the Supreme Constitutional Court to have verdicts issued that would render the parliament null and void.   He adds that the nation's will was rigged for the...
Muslim Brotherhood leader Dr. Muhammad Badī‘ said that the group would have won over a hundred seats in the recent parliamentary elections if it were not for fraud. He said that the group will not back down from taking legal action to “bring down the parliament,” even if it means the whole group...
Muslim Brotherhood General Guide Dr. Muhammad Badī‘ has met with various Muslim brothers in different governorates to research the idea of legitimizing the outlawed organization. "Badī discussed how to impose the legitimacy of the Muslim Brotherhood on society, as well as on the regime," an unnamed...
Headline: Al-Bashīr Promises an Islamic Constitution if South Secedes; Tells Critics of the Flogging of a Woman: “Refer to Islam”Source: Al-Misrī al-YawmPages: 3Author: Khalīfah Jāb Allāh, Jum‘ah Hamd Allāh, wire servicesKeywords: Islam, Sharī‘ah ---------------------------------- Headline:...
According to sources, the Muslim Brotherhood's resumption of support for Muhammad al-Barād‘ī is a reaction to the failure of the group's deal with the president's National Democratic Party over the recent parliamentary elections. Before the elections, television channel al-Jazeera asked Dr....
Al-Sayyid al-Badawī, head of the Wafd Party, visited the Muslim Brotherhood in a controversial step. Both parties agreed on the necessity of uniting the opposition efforts, stated Muhammad 'Abd al-Quddūs, a member of the Journalist Synidcates board. Al-Badawī stressed that the Brotherhood should...
Muslim Brotherhood leader Muhammad Badī‘ told Newsweek that the group will not be running for the upcoming presidential elections. Badī‘ said that the group only participated in the parliamentary elections for monitoring purposes and that any criticism of electoral infringements will positively...
Muslim Brotherhood leader Dr. Muhammad Badi‘, called for the interrogation of Bishop Bīshūy by the church for making offensive and “irresponsible” statements about the Qur'ān that could cause fitnah atā’ifīyah. He also called upon the government to use all of its constitutional power to defend...
The Muslim Brotherhood has elected 180 of its members to run for parliament. Dr. Muhammad Badī‘ announced in a press conference that the group decided to run for parliament following a 98% approval rate from its councils on regular seats and 96% on the women’s quota. He added that the upcoming...

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