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The extremist right-wing of The Netherlands has opposed the appointment of Dr. Ṭāriq Ramaḍān at the University of Leiden Islamic Studies Chair, under claims that it had been financed by the fascist state of Oman.
The author opposes the growing presence of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood in seminars and conferences as he believes they are exploiting such gatherings for their own interests.
The article is about the ready-made accusation of anti-Semitism and how it aims at creating an atmosphere of fear that brings Israel above accountability. The author mentions examples of well-known personalities who were accused of anti-Semitism and how this accusation affected their future...
The writer interviewed Dr. Essam Al-Erian, one of the middle-generation leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood. The conversation focused on the meeting of Muslim Brothers and European Diplomatic representatives that was held in the Swiss Club.
The author comments on two articles on jihad and the war on Iraq by Dr. Essam Al-Erian and Muhammad Ibrahim Mabruk. He believes that protecting one´s homeland does not need a religious text or fatwa. He adds that framing jihad in its religious dimension will harm other forms of jihad and will...
Muhammad Abdel-Qodos is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. He had once interviewed Watani´s Editor-in-Chief for the weekly Afaq Arabiya (Arab Horizons) on Watani, its mission, focus, and stance regarding national issues. The aim of the interview is to confirm the unity between all Egyptians.
Mustafa Bayyoumī criticizes al-Dustour newspaper and its editor-in-chief Ibrāhīm ‘Īsa for what he calls "attempts to irresponsibly incite the masses by seizing any occasion, good or bad, to stir sentiments against the government", describing al-Dustour as a "school of journalistic adolescence."
‘Abd al-Mun‘im Abu al-Futouh spoke in this interview with al-‘ظگArabī about his controversial visit to Egyptian Nobel laureate Najīb Mahfouz within the group’s activities as being in contact with intellectuals in the society, as well as the group’s relations with Copts.
Certain parties have managed to dominate the minds of some Europeans and bring them into a state of genuine panic about losing their national identity at the hands of what they called the Islamic cultural invasion. This has been one effective result of the boycott against Denmark following the...
A meeting was held to probe ways to modernize the Egyptian society through joint cooperation between young Muslim and Christian people, and to revive the spirit of camaraderie between them.


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