How Qatar has planted mines of extremism

Monday, 22 January 2018

The largest mine planted in the Arab culture is the mine of extremism which should have been removed from the beginning by solidifying the spirit of tolerance and societal co-existence and strengthening critical approaches within the education system. This mine remained latent and it finally exploded in 1967 following the defeat at the Six-Day War. Historians believe that the date of defeat marks the beginning of reviving the spirit of extremism which was latent during the liberal phase in the ...

Mamdouh AlMuhaini

Cairo: Muslim Brotherhood’s efforts to disrupt Egypt-Kuwait relations are known

Saturday, 13 January 2018

The Egyptian Foreign Ministry confirmed on Friday evening that Egypt highly values its relations with the sisterly state of Kuwait and its people, and that attempts by the Muslim Brotherhood group to disturb relations are quite known. In response to negative and false news perpetuated by the Muslim brotherhood media to create strife between Egypt and the state of Kuwait and other countries in the Gulf, Egyptian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ahmed Abu Zeid said that Egypt values the deep ties and ...

Gun battle between Brotherhood cell and Egyptian forces kills three

Sunday, 31 December 2017

A Muslim Brotherhood cell in Egypt planning major terrorist operations amidst Christmas celebrations was dismantled, the Egyptian Interior Ministry announced on Saturday. In a statement the ministry said, “within the framework of the Interior Ministry’s plan to intensify pre-emptive operations against various terrorist factions, more specifically the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group, the National Security Agency was able to uncover future operations by a movement named ...

Yemen will not accept the Houthis, not after 1,000 years

Friday, 8 December 2017

It is Yemen. Is it happy? No. A former Yemeni official talked a while ago about five presidents in the south and five in the north and their fate which, due to violence, was either exile or death. This is the nature of givens in Yemen as those who do not get exiled get killed. All givens, including Monday’s developments, were not any different. The expected murder happened. It was no surprise but it was painful. My source, the Yemeni official, asked: “Does the new given yield a new ...

Huda al-Husseini

Muslim Brotherhood and the origins of terrorism

Friday, 24 November 2017

In his weekly column published in Ash-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper, Dr. Abdelmonem Saeed said that the origin of terrorist ideology in our Muslim world finds itself in the Brotherhood’s fertile soil. This is what he stated as he summed up the conclusion he made after reading the Abbottabad documents which reveal details about al-Qaeda’s founder Osama bin Laden. “What’s interesting in these papers is that the origin of terrorist ideology which dominated the man’s ideas ...

Mashari Althaydi

Who are the Egyptians on third wanted list released by the Anti-Terror Quartet?

Thursday, 23 November 2017

The counter-terror quartet comprising Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain announced on Thursday a third terrorism list which includes two entities and 11 individuals. The list included five Egyptians belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood - Mohamed Jamal Ahmed Heshmat Abdel Hamid, Mahmoud Ezzat Ibrahim Issa, Yehia Ibrahim Mohamed Moussa, Kadri Mohamed Fahmy Mahmoud El Sheikh and Alaa Ali Ali Mohamed El Samahy. Following are the full information about these five ...

Egypt court upholds life sentence of brotherhood leader

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

An Egyptian court Wednesday upheld a life sentence passed in 2016 against Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie over deadly clashes following Islamist president Mohamed Morsi’s ouster, judicial officials said. The court of cassation, whose rulings can not be appealed, upheld the verdict of life terms against Badie, the Brotherhood’s spiritual guide, and eight others over clashes in the Suez Canal city of Ismailiya that killed three people. The court also confirmed three-year jail ...

Swiss report: In Geneva, Tariq Ramadan abused his underage students

Saturday, 4 November 2017

Four former students of Tariq Ramadan -three of whom have claimed to have slept with him when he was married - have come forward with new information regarding the renowned Islamist intellectual figure. The details were included within a new shocking article which has been recently published about the period of time when Tariq Ramadan was teaching in Switzerland during his youth. Familiar face Apparently and according to witnesses, Tariq Ramadan has been abusing women for a long time, way ...

Has ‘Sahwa’ ended in Saudi Arabia?

Friday, 3 November 2017

I’ve noticed “early” celebrations for the end of the era of Sahwa, i.e.awakening, in Arab Muslim countries and particularly in Saudi Arabia. Sahwa is a Saudi term that refers to all political Islam movements whose major umbrella is of course the Muslim Brotherhood.The feeling that the chapter of “Sahwa” has ended once and for all has been growing ever since the Saudi crown prince, the leader of the new national vision, made his famous promise to destroy extremists ...

Mashari Althaydi

Bin Laden’s handwritten memoirs show Muslim Brotherhood links

Thursday, 2 November 2017

The Central Intelligence Agency archived documents belonging to Osama bin Laden released Wednesday reveal bin Laden’s ideological beginnings stemming from the Muslim brotherhood. The CIA released documents and videos seized during the 2011 US raid in bin Laden’s Abbottabad, Pakistan compound where he was killed. According to researchers at American think tank, the Foundation for Defense of Democracy (FDD), who obtained the declassified documents for the first time, a video showing ...

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