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Badee: We will continue on Qutb's path to reform.
Badee: We will continue on Qutb's path to reform.
Badee: Contrary to beliefs Qutb was a peaceful reformist.
He gave tribute to his colleagues and personal friends and highly ranked leaders Dr Abdul Monem Abul Fotouh and Dr Mohamed Habib who were sidelined in the current elections stressing that they were and still are valuable members of the movement. He wished them the best of luck. Badee concluded that he hoped that the movement will continue in its path with perseverance under any new leader stressing that the Brotherhood like any trend was apt to make mistakes and that all members should be open to improvement and progress "after all we're only human".
Saturday, December 26,2009 02:10
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Dr Mohamed Badee, a newly elected member of the Muslim Brotherhood guidance bureau asserted that the new Chairman of the movement will be soon announced. Although it is expected within the ranks that he may be the next chairman Badee refused to disclose the name of the 8th leader of the group asserting that it will be revealed soon enough. It is expected that the current chairman Mahdi Akef who end his term will be relieved of his post January 13th.
 
Badee who received the highest number of votes during the guidance bureau elections has been said to follow the conservative ideals of the late Sayed Qutb who has been labeled a hardliner with harsh ideals. Badee denied these allegations of Qutb claiming that Qutb was in fact a reformist who had won the respect of many including  Eugene Rogan author of "The Arab". He continued that numerous theses studied and doctorates discussed were based on Qutb's writings where he was in fact referred to as a 'reformist'.
 
 
Badee assumed numerous highly ranked positions including treasurer to the doctors Syndicate, and a leader in the teachers club claiming he was popular with all members including those who were from different political movements and trends.
 

He gave tribute to his colleagues and personal friends and highly ranked leaders Dr Abdul Monem Abul Fotouh and Dr Mohamed Habib who were sidelined in the current elections stressing that they were and still are valuable members of the movement. He wished them the best of luck. Badee concluded that he hoped that the movement will continue in its path with perseverance under any new leader stressing that the Brotherhood like any trend was apt to make mistakes and that all members should be open to improvement and progress "after all we're only human". 

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critics are unrealistic hameed bukola
those who call Qutb a hardliner are neither positive nor realistic in their approach to matters.In fact, charge them to read books by Qutb , with their minds open_ objectively
Monday, January 18,2010 11:46
Why the Westerners Labelled Seyyed Qutb as Extra-Hardliner? Abu Muhammad ADIS El-Merbawiy. MY
My brothers in Islam and my friends among non-Muslim, Was it because of Seyyed Qutb had introduced the jihad in his preachings as the way to gain a successful striving and struggle for the future of Muslim Ummah, thus we called him extremist? Or because of the categories of Jihad had been introduced by Seyyed Qutb were 1) Offensive and 2) Defensive were enough remarks or proofs that he was a Hardliner Du'at?. These are among the baseless proofs that people could framed him as extremist. Neither because of Seyyed Qutb never accept to have an appology from government upon his non-guilty statement in court. My belove brothers all around the world, let's read the biography and the history of struggling from true sources about the great Duat - Seyyed Qutb. Then you might know him in better view of the among Pious Muslim. TQ - Jazakumullah khayra al-Jazaa' Dungun MALAYSIA
Sunday, January 17,2010 06:54
Qutb's books Mohamed Ebrahim
I am surprised about those who claim that Alshahid Sayed Qutb was hardliner or not peaceful. I urge people to read his books and to review his biography. The man only carried his pen and struggled against tyrrany with his words and patience. Read his Zelaal.
Saturday, December 26,2009 04:32
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