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The Lives of Hasan Al Banna and Syed Qutb.

The Lives of Hasan Al Banna and Syed Qutb.



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Indepth biographies of the leaders of the Ikhwan.
Indepth biographies of the leaders of the Ikhwan.

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Published by: speed2kx on Jan 07, 2010
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The Lives of Hasan al Banna & SyedQutb.
Who was Hasan al Banna
(1906-1949CE / 1324-1368AH)? –
The Founder of the Ikhwan al Muslimeen [Muslim Brotherhood].
His Islamic Upbringing ------------------------------ P3Hasan the Spokesman --------------------------------- P4The Origins of the Ikhwan al Muslimeen -------------- P4Uniting Salafis and Sufis as One Brotherhood -------- P6The Ikhwan as a Rising Political Power -------------- P7The Ikhwan's Support for the Palestinian Cause ------ P8Hasan al Banna's Plan for an Egyptian Islamic State P9Hasan al Banna is Assasinated in the Cause of Allah P10
Syed Qutb
(1906–1966CE / 1324- 1386AH) –
The Reviver of the Ikhwan al Muslimeen.
Who was Syed Qutb?----------------------------- P11His Family ------------------------------------- P11His Childhood ---------------------------------- P13Appearance ------------------------------------- P13The Early Secret Meetings ---------------------- P15His Education ---------------------------------- P16How did Syed Qutb become an Islamic personality?- P18The Revolution of Abdul Nasir [Intro]----------- P20Syed Qutb's Role in Aiding the Revolution ------ P22Abdul Nasir's Betrayal to the Ikhwan------------ P22The Revolution happens ------------------------- P23Causes of Syed Qutb joining the Ikhwan --------- P25A Return to Egypt to Join the Ikhwan ----------- P26The Ikhwan Movement is Dissolved --------------- P27
Syed Qutb is Jailed for the First time --------- P27Reviving the Ikhwani Movement - from Jail ------ P28Plans are Discovered --------------------------- P29The Dream of Syed Qutb ------------------------- P30Syed Qutb is taken to Court Again -------------- P31His Support for his fellow Prisoners ----------- P32The Judge's fear of Syed Qutb ------------------ P33The Day of Syed Qutb's Execution --------------- P36Relate to them the story of the two sons of Adam- P37The Dream of Zainab after the Execution -------- P39List of Syed Qutb's Works ----------------------
 Books and Media Available Online ---------------
Appendix 1
Hal Turana Naltaqi 
(Do you envision us meeting)
Appendix 2
- An Interview with the wife of Yusuf Hawwash
 (whose husband was executed with Syed Qutb).References for this Book ------------------------------- P55
Who was Hasan al Banna?
انبل سح
, October 14, 1906 – February 12, 1949
His Islamic UpbringingThe Muslim Brotherhood(Ikhwan al Muslimeen) wasfounded by Hasan al-Banna(1906-1949) in the Egyptiantown of al- Isma'iliyyah in1928. The son of an Azharitescholar, who earned hislivelihood by repairingwatches, Hasan al-Bannashowed from his earlyschool-days an inclinationand great zeal for callingpeople to Islamic values andtraditions. His strong sense of religiosity and spiritualawareness drove him to jointhe Hasafiyyah tariqah, oneof many Sufi tariqahs thatwere widespread in Egypt at that time. Even though he was notformally associated with this tariqah after he founded the Ikhwan,he, nevertheless, maintained a good relation with it, as indeed withother Islamic organizations and religious personalities, andpersisted in reciting the litanies (awrad, pl. of wird) of this tariqahuntil his last days. Though Hasan al-Banna joined a modern-typeschool of education, he promised his father that he would continueto memorize the Qur'an, which he did, in fact later, at the age of twelve. While at school, he took part in the activities of somereligious associations and clubs which were promoting it
andcalling for the observance of Islamic teachings. He also formed, whilestill at school, an association for the enjoining of good and forbidding

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