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Bilāl al- Dawwī expects a "bargain" between the supreme guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, and the Egyptian government after he was denied the right to go on a ‘umrah a few weeks ago. He also discusses recent financial difficulties facing the group and which he says are...
The review deals with statements made by the deputy guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Dr. Muhammad Habīb, in which he said the passing of power to Jamāl Mubārak, the son of President Husnī Mubārak, will never be accepted by the group and it "will be over our dead bodies." The statements...
The author contemplates the announcements of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Mahdī ‘Ākif of dropping the secret organisation and assesses its current change in political discourse.
The article deals with statements made by thinkers and politicians during the annual iftār banquet hosted by the Muslim Brotherhood group, in which they agreed that democracy will provide an effective prescription for Egypt’s ailments, such as corruption and monopolistic practices by...
Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif stirred controversy by suggesting the existence of a private Brotherhood army while at the same time causing friction within the ruling National Democratic Party with his recent statements.
This article describes how political Islam is trying to move forward from its violent past and look like a civilized movement in Egyptian society.
Following a series of controversial statements that aroused the anger of many Egyptians, the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Muhammad Mahdī ‘Ākif, was recently quoted as allegedly inciting the murder of Arab leaders during an interview with a national newspaper.
Angry reactions to Pope Benedict’s remarks on Islam and the Prophet Muhammad continued for a second week. Some Muslim figures, including Iranian President Ahmadinejad and Malaysian Prime Minister ‘Abd Allāh Ahmad Badawī, have accepted the pope’s regret at the furious reactions to his remarks...
Sa‘īd Shu‘ayb, the journalist who conducted the interview with the Supreme Guide of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group which triggered uproar amongst writers, political commentators and analysts, gauges reactions.
‘Imād Nāsif observes the rising tensions between the Egyptian government and the Muslim Brotherhood, warning of the fatal consequences of such confrontation.

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