'Political Islam' and the Muslim Brotherhood Review Contents

Unpublished written evidence

The following written evidence has been reported to the House, but has not been published. Copies have been placed in the House of Commons Library, where they may be inspected by Members. Other copies are in the Parliamentary Archives, and are available to the public for inspection. Requests to inspect them should be addressed to The Parliamentary Archives, Houses of Parliament, London SW1A 0PW (tel. 020 7219 3074). Opening hours are from 9.30am to 5.00pm on Mondays to Fridays.

1“Submission of the Muslim Brotherhood to the Muslim Brotherhood Review” submitted by Tayab Ali, Partner, ITN Solicitors, on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt and the Freedom and Justic Party (ISL0017)

2“Notes on Political Islam” submitted by Michael Marcusa, doctoral candidate, Brown University (ISL0038)

3Memorandum for Presentation to Prime Minister Dr Hazem El-Beblawy concerning “the legal grounds for the Council of Ministers to declare the Brotherhood Group a ‘terrorist organisation’” submitted by the Egyptian Embassy in London (no number)

4“A statement by the Umma’s scholars on the crimes perpetrated by the coup in Egypt and the duty towards the coup” submitted by the Egyptian Embassy in London (no number)

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3 November 2016