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In their third collaboration, L’Harmattan will publish a new book on the Muslim Brotherhood by Egyptian author ʿAbd al-Raḥīm ʿAlī in 2023.
His Eminence Dr. Shawqī ʿAllām, Grand Mufti of Egypt and head of the General Secretariat of Fatwa Authorities Worldwide received a high-level parliamentary delegation from the Republic of Kazakhstan, led by Dr. Maulen Ashimbayev, Chair of the Senate of Kazakhstan. The meeting was held to discuss...
In a few words, Muslim Brotherhood journalist Ḥamza Zawbaʿ announced that he would disappear from the media scene in Turkey, in order to join his colleagues Muʿtaz Maṭar and Muḥammad Nāṣir.
A fake phone call affiliated with the Brotherhood was leaked on the media platforms. The phone call intended to undermine the security of the homeland, by spreading rumors and false news , provoking disturbances among citizens and distorting the image of state institutions before public opinion....
The Egyptian Ministry of Interior announced the end of a plan aimed at reviving the activity of the Muslim Brotherhood and finding sources of funding for its terrorist activities.
Independent sources confirmed to al-ʿArabiyya (al-Arabiya) news channel that Turkish security forces summoned members of the Muslim Brotherhood, who were involved in violence in Egypt, for investigation.
On Thursday, the US Treasury Department announced the imposition of sanctions against five people, three Turks and two Egyptians, for their links with Al-Qaeda [al-Qāʿida].
On Sunday, Kabul once again fell under the control of the Taliban [Ṭālibān], as the movement began a new era of hard-line rule in the city, twenty years after their removal from power.    Today, regional and national voices warn of the consequences of Taliban's takeover of the government. Questions...
Foreign Minister SāmiḥShukrī praised Turkey’s ban on Muslim Brotherhood broadcasters appearing on television or on social media, saying that normally relations among countries are based on the notion of non-interference in internal affairs.
The 28th Circuit Court has decided to place Maḥmūd ʿIzzat, acting Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, and four others on terrorist lists for their role in the case known in the media as "the Guidance Bureau Incidents."  The ruling lasts five years from the date of its issuance.


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