Muhammad Qutb

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Shaykh Muhammad Qutb (1919–present) is the younger brother of the Egyptian Islamic theologian Sayyid Qutb, and was a teacher of Shaykh Osama bin Laden. He served as an Islamic academic in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.[1] In 1972, he was released from an Egyptian prison after which he went to Saudi Arabia to work at Umm al-Qura University.[2]

Muhammad Qutb has authored several books including; Islam: The Misunderstood Religion, [3] The Concept of Islam and Our Understanding of It[4], and The Future Is For Islam.[5]

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  1. Understanding the Origins of Wahhabism and Salafism, July 15, 2005
  2. John C. M. Calvert, "The Contexts of Religion and Violence", The Kripke Center, 2007, ; see page 6
  3. ISBN 1567440843 (or ISBN 9781567440843), Pub. Date: July 1990. It is available at Barnes & Noble and other places. The free online version is available here.
  4. A summary can be found here.
  5. A summary can be found here.