Tag: MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

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Egyptian tyrant Sisi nominates himself in electoral farce

Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will "contest" a third presidential term in December, despite victory being a foregone conclusion.

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An obituary of Ustadh Ibrahim Munir

One of the students of Ustadh Ibrahim Munir recounts segments of his memories of the late leader.

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“My Brother You Are Free” – Remembering Sayyid Qutb’s Farewell Poem

Today marks 54 years since Sayyid Qutb's martyrdom (rahimahullāh). Ahmed Hammuda recounts one of the most famous poems he composed while waiting to be executed.

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Will Morsi’s Death Awaken our Voices against Injustice?

Lukman Harees questions when the Muslim moral imperative for striving for justice will move from the current reactive stage to a much-needed proactive stage.

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The culprits of the Rabaa Massacre sentence the victims to death

Cairo court sentences 75 Egyptians to death over the Rabaa al-Adawiya Mosque sit-in demonstration against Sisi’s military coup

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Deliberating Nine Decades of Islamic Activism

The Muslim Brotherhood is today commemorating 90 years since its founding

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Imprisoned Egyptian leader Mohammed Mahdi Akef dies at 89

He was a seasoned graduate of the University of the Prophet Yūsuf (‘alayhi al-Salām), having spent decades in Egyptian prisons unjustly...

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UAE prefers imposed “secular” governments over elected Islamic ones

An ambassador for the UAE in Washington has indicated that the Gulf states that oppose Qatar would rather have "strong, stable and prosperous secular governments" in the Middle East, than Islamic governments elected by their people...

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Will there be peace for Afghanistan?

With the recent landmark events in Afghan politics largely ignored in the countries responsible for its unjust destruction, it is more crucial than ever to follow our Afghani brothers and sisters long-awaited fight for peace...

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Turkish Scholars: “We are with the Qatari state and scholars like Qaradawi”

Prominent Islamic scholars from Turkey published a statement in support of Qatar and the Egyptian born and Qatar-based Shaikh, Prof Dr Yusuf Al-Qaradawi...