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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 10th November 2020 21:10
Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group, does not represent Islam: Saudi senior scholars

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  • Muslim Brotherhood ‘stirs up sedition, violence and terrorism’
  • ‘Terrorist group’s history is full of evils and strife’


ARAB NEWS
November 10, 2020

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RIYADH: Saudi Council of Senior Scholars said on Tuesday the Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist group that does not represent the approach of Islam, reported Saudi Press Agency.

In a statement they said that the Muslim Brotherhood is a deviant group that undermines coexistence in a single nation and stirs up sedition, violence and terrorism.

The statement said that the group pursues their partisan goals to reach power and they cover up behind religion.

It added that the Muslim Brotherhood’s history is full of evils and strife and extremist terrorist groups have emerged from the “womb.”
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 10th November 2020 21:13
Popularity of extremist groups, such as Daesh, Muslim Brotherhood to decline: Arab News poll
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ARAB NEWS
October 12, 2020

News Now Chicago reports that an Arab News poll shows that the popularity of extremist groups such as Daesh, and religious political parties, like the Muslim Brotherhood, will decline over the next 10 years.

Of the poll’s 3,079 respondents, surveyed in partnership with YouGov, 59 percent of people believed their home countries would see less of the Muslim Brotherhood in the next 10 years. With regards to Hezbollah 63 percent shared this belief, while 75 percent expected less Al Qaeda, and 57 percent expected to see less of Hamas.

The poll also found that the deaths of extremist leaders such as Osama bin Laden and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi did nothing to foment sympathy for their respective groups.

The article’s key message is that Arabs have had enough of extremism and political-Islamic groups.
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 10th November 2020 23:17
May there be muslim brotherhood members in their progeny.
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