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Collusion and Negligence Turn Hospitals in Gaza into Mass Graves
Statement to the Arab and Islamic Nation before the convening of the Arab League
These are the Days of Allah… from Bani Nadir to the ‘Flood of Al-Aqsa.’
The killing of children and women in Gaza
the group denounces the blatant media bias in favor of the narrative of the occupying aggressor
The Muslim Brotherhood extends its sincere condolences to the state of Afghanistan
“Al-Aqsa Torrent” The Nation’s Battle
O Allah, grant us a day like the day of Badr
Messages of Imam
Q&A ABOUT MB
December 1, 2023
Messages of Imam
Q&A ABOUT MB
The official English website of Muslim Brotherhood.
November 21, 2010
The Dark Side of American Politics and Religion
We must improve US religious literacy. Most Americans are broadly religiously illiterate, as religion has too often become an excuse for discrimination, bigotry and hate crimes, note John L. Esposito
October 9, 2010
Critics question Obama’s authenticity in call for democracy
An article posted in the Washington post by Fred Hiatt discusses the US commitment to prioritise its call for democracy worldwide.
September 28, 2010
Harvard Students Protest Martin Peretz
Scores of students at Harvard University held a protest Saturday condemning the school’s decision to honor Martin Peretz.
September 24, 2010
Scaremongering Report About Islam Reveals Political Posturing
The authors of the report, none of whom are Muslim, include former US intelligence officials like Frank Gaffney, who famously (and wrongly) alleged that President Barack Obama could be Muslim.
September 20, 2010
Martin Peretz: editor of New Republic and agent of Israel
Martin Peretz is editor-in-chief of the New Republic. He acquired that position by simply buying the magazine in 1974.
September 18, 2010
Martin Peretz: His racist bigotry is nothing new
Long hovering around 100,000 subscribers, The New Republic’s circulation dropped in the aftermath of September 11 and the run-up to the Iraq War. Its average paid circulation for 2007 was
September 17, 2010
Protest Over Honoree’s Remarks about Muslims
A recent article posted by Editor Martin Peretz in The New Republic in response to a poll taken on a proposed Muslim community centre near ground zero has received angry
September 15, 2010
Three Sides of the Qu’ran Burning Triangle
Ever since the 1989 “Satanic Verses” by Indian-born British author Salman Rushdie, the Muslim public, inflamed by some of their religious leaders, has been easily incited if not directly manipulated.
September 13, 2010
Learn, Don’t Burn
As a Florida pastor made, and then cancelled, plans to burn copies of the Qur'an today, a leading U.S. Islamic organization has called for support of their "Learn, Don't Burn"
September 12, 2010
WAMY Chief fears violence
Saleh S. Al-Wohaibi, the head of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY), has expressed fears the burning of copies of the Qura'n by a small church in Florida on