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Dia Rashwan, Political Analyst: Arab Revolts against Tyranny Rid the World of Bin Laden
Dia Rashwan, Political Analyst: Arab Revolts against Tyranny Rid the World of Bin Laden
Dr. Dia Rashwan, political expert at Al-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies said that the defeat of al-Qaeda and the murder of Osama Bin Laden, was not the victory of President Barack Obama and the US forces.
Tuesday, May 3,2011 11:08
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Dr. Dia Rashwan, political expert at Al-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies said that the defeat of al-Qaeda and the murder of Osama Bin Laden, was not the victory of President Barack Obama and the US forces, but was a result of the revolts of the Arab people which contradicts the organization of Bin Laden’s in its consecutive revolutions against dictatorship, tyranny and foreign hegemony.

Radwan pointed out in his statement to Al-Jazeera Satellite Channel, that the followers of Bin Laden will carry out new operations in retaliation for the killing of their leader. He stressed that President Obama could not hide the killing of Bin Laden as he needed support  for his candidacy for the presidential elections.

tags: Qaeda / Obama / Revolutions / Elections / Dia Rashwan / Al-Ahram Centre / Osama Bin Laden / Arab People / Al-Jazeera / Presidential Elections
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Thursday, May 5,2011 06:52
Question from a Christian Sir Burney
To the Muslim Brotherhood, I have a question as I am ignorant to the Muslim Religion. At what year of our Christian Lord did the Muslim prophet come along? The year of my Christ came along 32 years before the wordily used calendar date of 0001, as one year after his crucifixion. Also as an Imam may be answering these for me, How did your Prophet feel about Jesus and his teachings? Does Mohammed believe Jesus is the son of God? And one last question Does Mohammed believe in King David, and Mosses.
Friday, May 6,2011 16:27
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