Di Sebalik Ikhwan Muslimin

PTS Islamika
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Ini adalah biografi sah tentang Youssef Nada, seorang lelaki yang mengetahui paling banyak kisah separuh abad yang penuh dengan kemarahan dan revolusi. Beliau melalui situasi peperangan, keganasan sejagat, dan krisis antarabangsa yang kompleks. Beliau terlibat dalam peristiwa-peristiwa ini. Beliaulah saksi sebenar sejarah apabila mengambil bahagian dan menggunakan pengaruhnya dalam peristiwa-peristiwa yang membentuk sejarah.
Youssef Nada tidak pernah menjanjikan jawapan, tetapi menawarkan penyelesaian paling sesuai menerusi idea dan falsafah. Beliau telah berpegang pada idea dan falsafah ini sepanjang hidupnya sebagai duta alasan, pendamai, dan duta luar yang sesungguhnya untuk Ikhwan Muslimin. Ikhwan Muslimin mempunyai keahlian lebih daripada seratus juta di seluruh dunia. Berjuta-juta ahli kumpulan ini memegang jawatan penting di Amerika Syarikat, United Kingdom, dan di seluruh benua Eropah.
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