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All Islam asks, of both women and men, is that they dress modestly. So argued the Lahore-based Maulvi Syed Mumtaz Ali Khan in his book Huqooq-e-Niswan (Rights of Women) published well over a century ago, in 1898. Even the late Sudanese Hassan Al-Turabi — a religious scholar, an Islamist accused ...
Throughout the 1990s, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir allowed Hassan al-Turabi, the leader of Sudan's Islamist movement, to open the country's doors to terrorists from Osama bin Laden to Carlos the Jackal. Hosni Mubarak was nearly assassinated in Addis Ababa in 1995 by Egyptian terrorists of the ...

Due to the troubled era of the 1980s, when Hassan Al Turabi's hardline religious authority swept the country, recordings in Sudan are difficult to source. This project has taken Ostinato's team to Djibouti, Ethiopia, Somalia, and Egypt in search of the timeless cultural artifacts that hold the story of Africa's most mesmerizing and ...
In the early 1990s bin Laden moved to Sudan, where he was welcomed by the Islamist leader Hassan al-Turabi. Due to international pressure on the Sudanese regime, bin Laden was expelled in 1996 and subsequently moved back to Afghanistan. From 1996-2001, bin Laden lived in Afghanistan under ...
The PCP, founded by the late Islamic leader Hassan al-Turabi, splinted from the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) since 1999 and joined the opposition ranks since that time but it supported the national dialogue process declared by al-Bashir in 2014 and participated in all its forums. Following a heated ...
The reference is to Manshiyya, the Khartoum neighbourhood where the late Hassan al-Turabi used to live. A continuous stream of followers, admirers and visitors were a constant presence in the sheikh's residence as they are today in Nafie's. In any case, Nafie cultivated loyal followers in the NCP, loyal ...

Gosh served as director of Sudanese intelligence for a decade, during which he supported President Omar Al-Bashir against the late leader of the Sudanese Islamic Movement Hassan Al-Turabi, before his dismissal in 2009. During his tenure, cooperation between Sudan and US' CIA increased.
It has been called the Islamic Charter Front, the Islamic Trend and the Islamic National Front before the late leader of the Sudanese Islamists, Hassan al-Turabi, announced dissolving it on the eve of the June 30, 1989 coup, which brought President Omar al-Bashir to power. It was later reconstituted ...
December 1999 - Dissolves the Parliament after National Congress Party chairman Hassan al-Turabi proposes laws limiting the president's powers. December 2000 - Is re-elected president with over 85% of the vote. February 2003 - Rebels in the Darfur region of Sudan rise up against the Sudanese ...
The Sudanese politician Hassan al-Turabi, who has died aged 84, was Africa's most active contemporary Islamic ideologue. He was involved in the imposition of strict Islamic law, and was an early mentor of Osama bin Laden. As the longtime power behind the throne of Sudan's despotic leader Omar ...
Photo: Mourners carry the body of prominent Sudanese Islamist and opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi, who died a day earlier, during his funeral, Khartoum, Sudan, 06 March 2016. Prominent Sudanese Islamist and opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi died on 05 March at the age of 84. He died in a ...
Khartoum - In October 1964, thousands of Sudanese took to the streets to protest against the rule of then-President Ibrahim Abboud. One person stood out among the crowd: a young man who had just graduated from Sorbonne with a PhD in law. That man was Hassan al-Turabi. Born in 1932, he was a man ...
KHARTOUM, Sudan — Hassan al-Turabi, the Sudanese Islamist who played a central role in the 1989 coup that brought President Omar al-Bashir to power and who once hosted Osama bin Laden, died on Saturday, Sudan's state-run news agency said. He was 84. Mr. Turabi championed radical Islam in ...
Sudan: In Khartoum, the Sudanese President Hassan al-Turabi dedicated to promoting a political agenda based on Islamic teachings. Bin Laden moved to Sudan in 1992, where, among other things, he farmed and built roads. Also in 1992, al-Qaeda struck for the first time, claiming responsibility for a hotel ...
2015 Iranian diplomat Noor Ahmad Nikbakht is released in Yemen after being held hostage for two years. 2016 Veteran Sudan opposition leader Hassan Al Turabi died of a heart attack at the age of 84. 2017 At least 11 soldiers are killed in Mali in an attack on an army base near border with Burkina Faso.
One example was Sudan which jettisoned the radical faction led by Hassan al-Turabi and adopted a profile acceptable to its region and the larger international atmosphere. A mixture of tough economic and diplomatic sanctions combined with measures known as proximity pressure could also do the trick ...
Sudan views Sisi and his government as "putschists", who illegally overthrew Egypt's first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood. Bashir himself came to power in a military coup in 1989; he allied himself with Hassan al-Turabi, the leader of a Sudanese offshoot of the ...

The late Muslim Brotherhood ideologue Dr Hassan Al-Turabi was one of the architects of the present situation and he was believing in controlling resources if they are to establish a state, so his predecessors follow suit and the next target will be the rich and strategic countries namely Saudi Arabia, Libya ...
December 1999 - Dissolves the Parliament after National Congress Party chairman Hassan al-Turabi proposes laws limiting the president's powers. December 2000 - Is re-elected president with over 85% of the vote. February 2003 - Rebels in the Darfur region of Sudan rise up against the Sudanese ...
Sudan's opposition Popular Congress Party (PCP) has convened its first conference since the death of longstanding party leader Hassan al-Turabi last year. The conference is expected to see the election of a new party secretary-general and propose candidates for membership in a consensus government ...
The Sudanese politician Hassan al-Turabi, who has died aged 84, was Africa's most active contemporary Islamic ideologue. He was involved in the imposition of strict Islamic law, and was an early mentor of Osama bin Laden. As the longtime power behind the throne of Sudan's despotic leader Omar ...
Photo: Mourners carry the body of prominent Sudanese Islamist and opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi, who died a day earlier, during his funeral, Khartoum, Sudan, 06 March 2016. Prominent Sudanese Islamist and opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi died on 05 March at the age of 84. He died in a ...
(CNN) Hassan al-Turabi, who invited Osama bin Laden to Sudan and remained a powerful presence in that African nation even after the al Qaeda leader's exit, died Saturday evening, Sudanese state news reported. He was 84. The Islamic intellectual and Popular Congress party leader's health ...
(CNN) Hassan al-Turabi, who invited Osama bin Laden to Sudan and remained a powerful presence in that African nation even after the al Qaeda leader's exit, died Saturday evening, Sudanese state news reported. He was 84. The Islamic intellectual and Popular Congress party leader's health ...
Khartoum - In October 1964, thousands of Sudanese took to the streets to protest against the rule of then-President Ibrahim Abboud. One person stood out among the crowd: a young man who had just graduated from Sorbonne with a PhD in law. That man was Hassan al-Turabi. Born in 1932, he was a man ...
Hassan al-Turabi, the Sudanese Islamist who played a key role in the 1989 coup that brought president Omar al-Bashir to power and who once hosted Osama bin Laden, has died at the age of 84. Al-Turabi championed radical Islam in the 1990s, inviting bin Laden and his deputy Ayman al-Zawahri to ...
Sudanese leader Hassan al-Turabi hospitalised after what falling unconscious in his office. World Bulletin / News Desk. Sudanese leader of the Popular Congress Party Hassan al-Turabi is in critical condition after what was described as a heart attack after falling unconscious in his office. Related Sudan.
Prominent Sudanese politician Hassan al-Turabi, a veteran who formed the Popular Congress Party (PCP), has died in Khartoum at the age of 84. Turabi was reportedly working in his office when he fell down and was taken to the hospital. State-run Omdurman TV says the head of the PCP passed away on ...
The odd thing is that Hassan al-Turabi and Omar al-Bashir were once long-time allies. Turabi is one of the most dazzling personalities in the world of political Islam. His views have been at the root of numerous controversies across the broad spectrum that is Islamism. Depending on whether he chooses to ...
Regarded as the grandfather of modern political Islam in Sudan, Hassan al-Turabi hails from a famous lineage steeped in Islamic scholarship and the practise of Qadiri Sufism. He was born the son of a qadi, or religious judge, in Kassala in 1932. Nevertheless, his own politics are far from being purely the result of his ...
As the government of Islamic Movement and National Consensus, we are against normalization with Israel and we will silence any tongues calling for normalization with Israel," said the Sudanese Islamist who led the PCP after the death of its founding leader Hassan al-Turabi. This will not happen and we ...
The PCP, founded by the late Islamic leader Hassan al-Turabi, splinted from the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) since 1999 and joined the opposition ranks since that time but it supported the national dialogue process declared by al-Bashir in 2014 and participated in all its forums. Following a heated ...
Founded by the late Hassan al-Turabi after a political fallout with his disciples in 1999, the Islamist party remained in the opposition for long years. But in 2014 it supported the national dialogue initiative of President Omer al-Bashir saying it a valuable opportunity to engage with the regime to achieve peace ...
Before to join JEM, Almaz was a member of the Popular Congress Party (PCP) of Hassan al-Turabi. the Islamist party was part of the opposition ...
Discussions between al Qaeda and Iran in the early 1990s were brokered by Hassan al-Turabi, who was then a prominent Islamist in Sudan's ...
Death ended Hassan al-Turabi's long political career last March in the most suitable of places. Hassan collapsed in his office in the ...
Hassan al-Turabi was a hard line Islamist for much of his life and helped to impost strict Sharia law throughout Sudan. Photograph: Ashraf ...
The death of Sheikh Hassan al-Turabi on Saturday marks the eclipse of a radical era of Sudanese Islamist politics. But Turabi's legacy is still ...
(CNN) Hassan al-Turabi, who invited Osama bin Laden to Sudan and remained a powerful presence in that African nation even after the al ...
That man was Hassan al-Turabi. Born in 1932, he was a man with a mission, dedicated to promoting a political agenda based on Islamic ...
Hassan al-Turabi, the Sudanese Islamist who played a key role in the 1989 coup that brought president Omar al-Bashir to power and who once hosted Osama bin Laden, has died at the age of 84. Al-Turabi championed radical Islam in the 1990s, inviting bin Laden and his deputy Ayman al-Zawahri to ...
Prominent Sudanese politician Hassan al-Turabi, a veteran who formed the Popular Congress Party (PCP), has died in Khartoum at the age of ...
Hassan al-Turabi is a man of many faces and one of the most dazzling personalities active in the sphere of political Islam. Over the course of ...
However, it seems that al-Haj has abandoned this position taken by the former Secretary-General Hassan al-Turabi who died in March 2016.
Khartoum - The opposition party of influential Sudanese politician Hassan al-Turabi has called for a transitional government to ensure that ...
Security services said on Friday they had foiled an attempt by elements of Islamist Hassan al-Turabi's opposition Popular Congress (PC) party ...
The PCP, founded by the late Islamic leader Hassan al-Turabi, splinted from the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) since 1999 and joined ...
... movement pioneered by women in Fatima's generation like Suad al-Fatih al-Badawi and decisively promoted by the late Hassan al-Turabi.
Led by Sudan's Hassan Al-Turabi and Tunisia's Rached Al-Ghannouchi, the Muslim Brotherhood launched incitement campaigns against the ...
These accusations and campaigns were led by Hassan al-Turabi in Sudan and Rached Ghannouchi in Tunisia. They used media platforms ...


 

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