Sunni Islam & Muslim Brotherhood

Sunni Islam (or ) is the largest branch of Islam and are referred to in Arabic as ʾAhlu-s-Sunnati wa-l-Jamāʿah , people of the tradition of Muhammad and the consensus of the Ummah or ʾAhlu-s-Sunnah . The Society of the Muslim Brothers (/ikhwan/el-ekhwan al-muslimūn, often simply The Brotherhood or MB ) is the world's most influential and one of the largest Islamist movements, and is the largest political opposition organization in many Arab states. 2.0/5

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Edit About Qutbism Interest Qutbism (also called Kotebism, Qutbiyya, or Qutbiyyah) is a faction within Sunni Islam, with roots to the thoughts of the late Sayyid Qutb, a Muslim, and figurehead of the Muslim Brotherhood (he was executed in 1966). It has been described as advancing the ideology of jihadism, i.e. propagating "offensive jihad," - waging jihad in conquest - or "armed jihad in the advance of Islam" Qutbism has gained widespread attention due to its perceived influence on Islamic extremists, and terrorists such as Osama bin-Laden. Muslim extremists “cite Sayyid Qutb repeatedly and consider themselves his intellectual descendants.” While referred to as Qutbists or Qutbiyyun, (singular Qutbee or Qutbi), this group of Muslims rarely call themselves by such; the name originated from and is used by the sect's opponents. Tenets[edit] Sayyid Qutb The main tenet of Qutbist ideology is that the Muslim community (or the Muslim community outside of a vanguard fighting to reestablish it) "has been extin ...
CAIRO (AFP) -- Supporters and opponents of Egypt's Islamist President Mohamed Mursi gathered for rival demonstrations on Friday, raising fears of fresh violence after one activist was killed overnight. Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and its Islamist allies massed outside the Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque in Cairo's Nasr district to demonstrate their backing for Mursi in his rejection of opposition calls to step down just a year into his term of office. They gathered under the slogan "legitimacy is a red line", in reference to Mursi's insistence that he won a free and fair election and has a popular mandate. Opponents of the president gathered outside Cairo's Al-Azhar -- Sunni Islam's highest seat of learning -- for a march to Tahrir Square, the iconic epicenter of the protest movement that ousted veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak in 2011. Hundreds of Mursi opponents have been holding a sit-in in Tahrir since Tuesday. Their protest was called by the Tamarod movement (Arabic for rebellion) which says it has c ...
Syrian opposition shake-up falters ahead of peace conference A crisis in Syrian opposition ranks deepened on Monday when a Western and Arab-backed liberal bloc was offered only token representation in the Islamist-dominated Syrian National Coalition. To the dismay of envoys of Western and Arab nations who have been monitoring four days of opposition talks in Istanbul, the 60-member coalition thwarted a deal to admit a bloc headed by opposition campaigner Michel Kilo with up to 22 new seats. His group received an offer of only five seats after a session that stretched nearly to dawn, coalition sources said. The move kept the coalition controlled by a faction loyal to Qatari-backed Secretary-General Mustafa al-Sabbagh, and a bloc largely influenced by the Muslim Brotherhood. That group led resistance to the rule of President Bashar al-Assad's late father in the 1980s, when thousands of its members were tortured and executed. Addressing the coalition, Kilo said, "We were talking about 25 names as the basis f ...
Islam Exists Only Because People Fear Being Murdered if They Leave Such interesting pieces of information come into my inbox. Yesterday there was a link to a video from Yusuf al-Qaradawi, the head of the Muslim Brotherhood and a leading authority on Sunni Islam (90% of Muslims are Sunni). The broadcast came from a major television network: Egyptian national television. And it contained a very interesting message. Here are al-Qaradawi's words: If they had gotten rid of the apostasy punishment, Islam wouldn't exist today. Islam would have ended since the death of the prophet, peace be upon him. Opposing apostasy is what kept Islam to this day. Surah 5:33 says: "The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His apostle is that he should be murdered or crucified."According to Abi Kulaba's narration this verse means the apostates. And many hadiths, not only one or two, but many, narrated by a number of Muhammad's companions,state that any apostate should be killed.  Ibn 'Abbas's hadith: "Kill whome ...
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