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by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2006-3-27

Ahmed Yassin will always be remembered for his steadfastness, faith, and strength. This physically impaired man was an exceptional human being and charismatic leader. He was paralyzed since childhood, nearly blind, and hard of hearig. Yassin was in the fact the strongest man in Palestine...

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2006-5-7
Ikhwanweb is calling for volunteers to join our vibrant and growing staff. Due to the overwhelming interest in learning about Muslim Brotherhood movement from people all over the world, Ikhwanweb is expanding its scope of coverage and its network of reporters, translators, editors and technical support in order to meet these high demands...

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2006-6-22

Ikhwanweb has decided to post this interesting interview with General Fouad Allam, a former deputy director of Egypt’s state security service, which was published by The Herlad World Peace...

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2006-6-25

The story of the high school student who failed her finals because she criticized the US policies in the region and its support for corrupt regimes, in an assay she wrote in the exam, is terrible news to the freedom of expression!

The officials at the ministery of Education in Al-Dakhaliya apparently accused the girl Ala’ Faraj Mujahed, juinor high school student, and her family of belonging to a "secert organization", a term generally used by government to describe members of the Muslim Brotherhood...

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2006-9-17

Ikhwanweb is posting your responses to Pope Benedict XVI statements and Muslims’ reactions...

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2006-10-5

Ahmed El Gasir writes,

Dear Khaled,
I write to you regarding the interview with Mr. Satloff (The U.S. Has Abandoned Reformists In The Middle East) which was published on your web site. Your comments on the "Hypocrisy", I call it hypocrisy not discrepa..

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2006-10-13

Dear sir,
I am writing to you regarding the article "The Road to the Muslim Holocaust" by Ghali Hassan dated 11 October, which I came across on your website. While I do not share the views expressed in the article nor like..

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2006-10-15

In his Article "Egypt: Leap toward Reform or Succession", Joshua Stacher from the Carengie Endowment Center in Washington DC and a political lecturer at the British University in Cairo, gives us his feedback on the dynamics of the NDP fourth annual conference in September...

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2006-10-23

The Center on Law and Security at the prestigious NYU School of Law in New York City, held its widely publicized forum on the Muslim Brotherhood which invited Dr. Kamal Helbawy and Dr. Abdel Moneum Abo El fotoh, who were later denied entery to the country by US authorities...

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2006-11-19
Historically, Al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya movement first emerged in most Egyptian universities as groups of young Muslim students who distanced themselves from the Muslim Brotherhood. Al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya didn’t have specific organizational ideology; their thought was a blend of Islamic Salafist and traditional ideologies...

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2007-2-19

Ikhwanweb recently published a list of the Muslim Brotherhood members being tried in military court by the Egyptian regime...

by: Khaled Salam, Ikhwanweb 2007-7-8

Global Politician published an article by Prof. Barry Rubin examining the Muslim Brotherhoods in three Middle Eastern countries-Egypt, Syria and Jordan-comparing its politics and tactics. Throughout the article, Prof. Rubin addresses the issue of MB and Al Qaeda trying to cite examples of their differences and agreements. Although well written, the article contained few unsubstantiated statements and misconceptions about the Muslim Brotherhood which we felt will be helpful to clarify. Our comments are written in red font within the article itself and following each segment we thought needs to be corrected...