New article from Shaykh Abū Basīr al-Ṭarṭūsī: "Lessons Learned Through the Fall of the Pharaoh of Egypt"

NOTE: Shaykh Abū Basīr al-Ṭarṭūsī has been one of the busiest writing about the Arab uprisings. For more of what he has written recently see:

al-Ṭarṭūsī is a Syrian Islamist who lives in London. al-Ṭarṭūsī is considered one of the most influential jihādī theorists. For instance, as highlighted by Vahid Brown on Jihadica, al-Ṭarṭūsī has 200 works in the jihādītext collection “A Mujāhid’s Bookbag.” Also, in the past al-Ṭarṭūsī has condemned Dr. Fadl for his revisionsand Yūsuf al-Qaraḍāwī for a variety of what al-Ṭarṭūsī views as problematic rulings.

Shaykh Abū Basīr al-Ṭarṭūsī — “Lessons Learned Through the Fall of the Pharaoh of Egypt”
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