Hodjanernes Blog

11 august 2011

“It should be us, with our understanding of Islam, our principles, colonizing the United States of America.” – Tariq Ramadan, Dallas, July

On July 27, 2011, Tariq Ramadan gave a speech at a fundraiser organised by the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) in Dallas (TX).

GMBDR describes ICNA as “a less well-known part of the Muslim Brotherhood network in the U.S., generally thought to be closely tied to the Jamaat-e-Islami organization of Southeast Asia, itself known to be allied with the Muslim Brotherhood. ICNA is particularly close to the Muslim American Society and the two organizations have been holding joint annual conventions for many years.”

The website voicesempower.com and other American websites have reported on the fact that several ticket holders, who had paid their way to listen to Ramadan in Dallas, were expelled from the conference room. In spite of that, some spectators managed to record Tariq Ramadan’s conference and made it available on YouTube.

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22 maj 2009

Det Muslimske Broderskabs historie som TV-serie

The history of the Muslim Brotherhood, from its creation until the present day, is to be turned into a television series.

The programmes are to be written by the screenwriter of Palazzo Yacoubian (out now in Cairo), Waheed Hamed, and directed by Adel Adeeb, who is also the patron of the show’s production company, Good News Group – one of the most audacious in Egyptian cinema. At the Cannes Film Festival, Adeeb announced that filming would begin in Egypt in a little over a month and that this ‘delicate and ambitious and project” will last longer than the two months usually set aside for Egyptian series which are often put together in parallel.

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