An opinion essay by Dr. Faraj Najm: The historical relationship between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Libyans – Al Marsad

An opinion article by researcher Dr. Faraj Najm

Some recently admitted that the people of Berqa did not pray to Sheikh Omar al-Mukhtar prayer absent after his execution, and forgot that they were staying in the fascist detention because of their support for jihad of the same choice.

This led to the anger of some, and some questioned the relationship of the Muslim Brotherhood to the broad segments of the Libyan people, so we used the biography of the Muslim Brotherhood, which began with the affiliation of its founder Sheikh Hassan al-Banna to the House of Science in 1923, which coincided with the receipt of the martyr Omar Al-Mukhtar leadership of the Jihad proxy when he was Sheikh Banna “He exhorts everyone to work for Islam by all means and to engage in his thinking.

Then the group was officially established in 1928 in Egypt, while Omar al-Mukhtar was close to them leading the jihad, a command that did not attract the attention of the Muslim Brotherhood, or even mentioned when the executioner Omar al-Mukhtar was executed in 1931.

With the knowledge that the civil institutions and flags of literature in Egypt have chastised Omar Mukhtar, led by the Amir of poets Ahmed Shawqi and poet Nileen Hafez Ibrahim, and Alghayyar Saleh Harb, and Basha Hamad and his brother Abdel-Basset and others.

While the Muslim Brotherhood remained silent as a community and institution, and we did not even hear an orphan statement from them despite the nation’s agreement to the injustice of the Muslim people in Libya.

It is also mentioned in the history that Sayyid Qutb – as a researcher in Islamic affairs – spoke in his book “The Future of this Religion” about the liberation movements in the Islamic world and mentioned the role of Al-Senawi angle, in the revival of the Jihad movement,

“In the bands of Senusia and its angles, the seed of the resistance grew, and out of which emerged Jihad Omar al-Mukhtar, the noble nobleman.” But Sheikh Hassan al-Banna did not mention the name of Omar al-Mukhtar, but he mentioned al-Jaghboub in the group of letters of Imam Hassan al-Banna. I took them unfairly and aggressively “despite the noses and history of the Libyans.

The last observation that many Libyans lived in Egypt during the Italian occupation until the end of World War II, and they fought many of the Egyptian elites, led by the Muslim Brotherhood, which Sheikh Tahir Ahmed Zawawi once lecture them.

But we did not record one case among Libyans that belonged to the Muslim Brotherhood.

By Dr. Faraj is a star

Benghazi – 17 May