Minhajuddin Gaheez...

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The views of Sayyed Qutb and other revolutionary thinkers of the Muslim world, especial-ly leaders of the Muslim Brethren, influenced students of the colleges of law and theo-logy of Kabul University as well as of the Madrasa of Abu Haneefa through foreign profes-sors employed there. Also, the Afghan professors of the College of Theology who had studied at the University of al-Azhar in Cairo had disseminated these views through local journals, especially the weekly paper Gaheez , founded in 1968. Its editor, Minhajud-din Gaheez , had made it an anticommunist paper, but he was assassinated by a radi-cal leftist in 1972. The Islamists also translated some works of Sayyed Qutb in vernacu-lar languages. While most colleges of the university were affiliated with Western universi-ties, the College of Theology was affiliated with the University of al-Azhar in Cairo.

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Kommentar von Afghan777
14.10.2011, 16:54

Danke vielmals! ;)

Ich suche noch weiter

Vielleicht schreibt mir iergendwann mal einer der ihn gekannt oder Geschichten über ihn gehört hat..

Aber noch mals Danke!

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