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Jamal Khashoggi: Saudis must go back to religious roots

Veteran journalist Jamal Khashoggi says Saudi crown prince should stop treating the Muslim Brotherhood as an enemy.

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood leader loses appeal against life sentence

The leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood movement, Mohamed Badie, lost his appeal on Wednesday against a life sentence for his role in violent clashes during political turmoil in 2013, judicial sources said. The judgment by the court of cassation against the sentence, handed out in 2016, cannot be appealed. Badie, 74, was convicted for his […]

Leading Islamic Scholar Accused of Raping 2 Women

One of the world's leading Islamic scholars is on a leave of absence from the University of Oxford amid allegations that he raped two women. Tariq Ramadan, Swiss-born grandson of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hasan al-Banna, has denied the allegations made by two women in France and filed a slander complaint,...

Talking to (and about) the Muslim American Society

(Scott Johnson) The Muslim Brotherhood founded the Muslim American Society in 1993. In 2003 the Muslim American Society of Minnesota was incorporated as an affiliate of Muslim American Society. The MAS-MN puts it this way: “[A] number...Show More Summary

Muslim Brotherhood Increasingly Isolated across the Middle East

Driven into an unprecedented decline, the Brotherhood is moving out of old strongholds and into Western Europe and the United States.

What Is The Purpose Of A Mosque?

UTT: In Muhammad’s time the mosque played an important role in encouraging muslims to wage jihad.” Sheikh Yusuf al Qaradawi  (Islamic scholar, Senior Jurist for the International Muslim Brotherhood) “The mosque is the bastion of the great jihad” Ayatollah Khomeini “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets, and the […]

Bannon sows trouble in Washington

On 23 October 2017, the Hudson Institute organized a debate called: «Contrasting violent extremism: Qatar, Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood». The Hudson Institute was established by the futurologist, Herman Kahn. It is an organization that makes predictions – forecasts. Show More Summary

grandson of Muslim Brotherhood founder accused of rape, sexual assault in France

A rape and sexual assault complaint was filed on Friday in France against Swiss Islamist and Professor Tariq Ramadan by former Salafist Henda Ayari. The complaint filed with the Rouen prosecutor’s office in northwestern France, by the Salafist turned secular activist, detailed criminal acts of rape, sexual assault, violence, harassment and intimidation, according to document […]

Egypt releases Irish-Egyptian after 4 years in detention

Egypt released early on Friday an Irish-Egyptian man detained for over four years on charges related to a 2013 Muslim Brotherhood protest in Cairo, his lawyer said. Ibrahim Halawa's release, … Click to Continue »

Assange Blasts Sadiq Khan: London Elected ‘Muslim Brotherhood’ Mayor Sympathetic to ‘Radical Islamic Terrorists’

WikiLeaks boss Julian Assange is one of Twitter’s most interesting follows. The self-described ‘political prisoner,’ has enjoyed asylum in Ecuador’s embassy in London, England for nearly 7 years.  Assange opines on a wide variety of topics on Twitter; U.S. Show More Summary

Muslim Brotherhood Political Infiltration on Steroids

The Muslim Brotherhood presence within the American political landscape has intensified, accelerated, and become more visible.

Egypt Is Holding US Green Card Holders In Solitary Confinement Without Charges

A middle-aged couple is caught up in a power play involving President Trump, Qatar, the Muslim Brotherhood and the top Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee.

Egypt Is Holding U.S. Green Card Holders In Solitary Without Charges

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

A middle-aged couple is caught in a power play involving Trump, Qatar, the Muslim Brotherhood and a top Democrat.

Sikh politician once verbally attacked by anti-Muslim woman in viral video becomes first person of color to lead major political party in Canada

Last month, a video of a woman hurling racist insults at Jagmeet Singh, a Sikh-Canadian politician, went viral on social media. After the heckler accused him of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood and working to impose Sharia law, Singh...Show More Summary

Mohammed Mahdi Akef obituary

Muslim Brotherhood leader who helped the group become a major political force in Egypt The Egyptian politician Mohammed Mahdi Akef, who has died aged 89 after suffering from cancer, did much to make the Muslim Brotherhood a major political force. Show More Summary

Former leader of Muslim Brotherhood Mahdi Akef dies at 89

A former leader of Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, Mahdi Akef, who had been detained since 2013, has died of complications from cancer and other health issues at age 89, a Brotherhood spokesman said. Talaat Fahmy said Akef's family had requested he be released from custody because of...

Saudi university to dismiss suspected Brotherhood-linked academics

RIYADH (Reuters) - A large Saudi public university announced it would dismiss employees suspected of ties to the banned Muslim Brotherhood, adding to concerns that the government is clamping down on its critics in academia and beyon...

Paper: Did Susan Rice Also Spy on Trump Officials For Muslim Brotherhood?

After several months of denials, a new report out on Susan Rice says the former top Obama administration official revealed to House investigators why she unmasked Trump officials. Rice sought to understand more about a meeting between UAE Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan and senior Trump aides that took place late last year. Show More Summary

Egypt court sentences Mursi to 25 years in Qatar spy case

CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced ousted president Mohammed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood to 25 years in prison in a final ruling over a case accusing him of spying for Qatar, judicial sources said.

Politics, religion and humanity come into conflict in Egyptian drama 'Clash'

In Egypt, the Arab Spring of 2011 brought an end to a 30-year regime and resulted in democratically elected change the following year. By 2013, however, the new president, Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood, had been removed from office by the country’s military, triggering massive protests....

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