Al Menbar Islamic Bloc is the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood in Bahrain. An Islamist party, it is well organised through a network of mosques and seek to promote a conservative social agenda while not directly challenging the Kingdom's government. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al Menbar"
Al Wefaq National Islamic Society is Bahrain's largest political society. It is a Shia Islamist party and leads the Opposition to the government. Led by Shia clerics, it bases its appeal on the provision of social services and mosque outreach programmes, campaigns on so-called 'morality issues', and opposition to the direction of King Hamad's political reforms. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al Wefaq"
Islamic Movement of Afghanistan ( Harakat-i-Islami-yi Afghanistan) is a political party and former faction of the Afghan Northern Alliance (United Front) in Afghanistan. It is a small mostly Shiah, mostly Hazara group from Hazarajat in Kandahar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harakat-i-Islami"
:This article refers to the Syrian organisation called the Muslim Brotherhood; for other organisations that use the same name, see the Muslim Brotherhood article. ...more on Wikipedia about "History of the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria"
Hizb ut-Tahrir ( Arabic: "حزب التحرير" meaning Party of Liberation) is an Islamist political party whose goal is to establish a pan-Islamic Caliphate. The organization was founded by Sheikh Taqiuddin al-Nabhani, a judge ( qadi) from Jerusalem ( al-Quds) in 1953. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hizb ut-Tahrir"
Iraqi Islamic Party (Hizb al-Islami al-Airaqi), a Sunni political party in Iraq. The party was founded in 1960. It evolved out of the Muslim Brotherhood movement. It was clandestine during the Saddam Hussein years. ...more on Wikipedia about "Iraqi Islamic Party"
Islamic Group of Kurdistan/Irak ( Arabic: كؤمةلَي ئيسلامي لة كوردستان/ عيراق Kurdish: Komele Islami le Kurdistan/Iraq) is an Islamic movement emerged in Iraqi Kurdistan. It practices the method of “ Sunnah and Jamaa’h” Established by Ali Bapir in May 2001. Bapir is a former member of the Islamic Movement in Kurdistan. The group reportedly receives funding from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. It has been linked to the terrorist group Ansar al-Islam, but released a statement on 11 October 2004 in Islamic Group of Kurdistan denying that any such links existed. Bapir was interviewed Komele Islami in January 2003. He said: " Our policy is that we enter into fraternity and cooperation with all Islamic groups. We seek such fraternal relations with Islamic parties and organizations, Islamist figures, and groups that follow a Salafi tradition or a Sufi or a scientific tradition. In the Komele Islami , we believe that the group must be open-minded and seek fraternity with all those who call or act for Islam. If we see a mistake, we will try to correct it through dialogue and by creating a fraternal atmosphere." The group did not join the Kurdish coalition in the 2005 Iraqi election running independently. It received over 60,000 votes (about 0.7%) and two seats in the transitional National Assembly of Iraq. After the elections, the party agreed to join the Kurdish alliance's National Assembly caucus. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Group Kurdistan"
The Islamic Iran Participation Front (Jebheye Mosharekate Iran-e Eslaami, جبهه مشارکت ایران اسلامی in Persian) is a reformist political party in Iran. It is led by Secretary-General of the party, Mohammad Reza Khatami (the brother of Mohammad Khatami, the fifth President of Iran). ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Iran Participation Front"
Islamic Kurdish League ( Kurdish: Yekgırtiya İslamiya Kurdi) is a Kurdish Islamic political party, in north Iraq. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Kurdish League"
The Islamic Kurdish Society is a political party in Iraq. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Kurdish Society"
Islamic Movement of Afghanistan ( Harakat-i-Islami-yi Afghanistan) is a political party and former faction of the Afghan Northern Alliance (United Front) in Afghanistan. It is led by Ayatollah Muhammad Asif Muhsini and other Shia who are not of the Hazara ethnic minority. It has been supported by Iran. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Movement of Afghanistan"
An Islamic party is a political party that promotes Islam as a political movement by offering nominees for election in a democracy - of which there are several in the Islamic world. They are important to distinguish from militant Islamic groups which may not necessarily run for election. Islamic parties may, on occasion, resort to militant strategies (such as in the case of the Muslim Brotherhood). ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic party"
The Islamic Party of Afghanistan (Hezb-i-Islami Afghanistan) is a political party in Afghanistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Party of Afghanistan"
The Islamic Party of Britain was formed in 1989. They describe their founding purpose to have been to encourage public debate about the Islamic alternative to capitalism and communism, which they regard as failed ideologies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Party of Britain"
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Islamic Party of Kurdistan ( Kurdish: Partiya İslamiya Kurdistan) is a Kurdish ( Sunni) Islamic organisation of the southeastern Turkey. established 1979 led-by Muhammad Salih Mustafa. The Kurdish Islamic Party’s main target is to establish an Islamic State. The members of the organisation see this target as a holy mission. The first activities of the organisation were community meetings as Islamic ideological and Nationalistic propaganda. However, to establish the Islamic state, the members began to be armed. Their strategy is by creating a chaotic condition in Turkey, to destabilise the governmental institutions and to start a nation-wide revolt. The last step of their plan is to establish an Islamic Republic of Kurdistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Party of Kurdistan"
The Islamic Renaissance Movement ( French: Mouvement de la Renaissance Islamique; Arabic: Harakat al-Nahda al-Islamiyya) is a moderate Islamist political party of Algeria. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Renaissance Movement"
The Islamic Salvation Front ( Arabic: الجبهة الإسلامية للإنقاذ, al-Jabhah al-Islāmiyah lil-Inqādh) ( French: Front Islamique du Salut) is an outlawed Islamist political party in Algeria. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Salvation Front"
Islamic Union for the Liberation of Afghanistan (Ittihad-I Islami Bara-yi Azadi) is a political party and a former faction of the Afghan Northern Alliance (United Front). It is led by Abdul Rasul Sayyaf. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Union for the Liberation of Afghanistan"
The name Justice and Development Party is used by a number of political parties, including ...more on Wikipedia about "Justice and Development Party"
The Justice and Development Party ( Turkish: Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi or AKP; often referred to in Turkey as the "Ak Parti," Ak being Turkish for white, clean, or unblemished) is a Turkish political party. The AKP is a right-wing, moderately Islamist party with a free market political agenda. ...more on Wikipedia about "Justice and Development Party (Turkey)"
Kurdistan Islamic Union ( Arabic: مالَثةرِي حزبي يةكطرتووي كوردستان / عيَراق Kurdish: Yekîtiya Islamiya Kurdistan) is a party of the Muslim Brotherhood. The branch in Kurdistan is in principle independent and is directly responsible for policy matters. The Islamic Union of Kurdistan receives a lot of support from various countries around the Persian Gulf. Salah al-Din Muhammad Baha' al-Din, 1950 in Halabjah was elected ...more on Wikipedia about "Kurdistan Islamic Union" http://www.shortopedia.com, it's as simple as that!
The Muslim Brotherhood or The Muslim Brothers ( Arabic: الإخوان المسلمون al-ikhwān al-muslimūn, full title ...more on Wikipedia about "Muslim Brotherhood"
The National Islamic Movement Afghanistan, or Junbish Milli is an Uzbek group who opposed the Taliban during the 1980s and 1990s. This group is now part of the government. Their current agenda involves human rights violations, including the arresting and killing of people throughout the country via the government. Their current leader is General Abdul Rashid Dostum. ...more on Wikipedia about "National Islamic Movement Afghanistan"
The Islamic Party of Malaysia (commonly known as PAS or Pas, from the Malay Parti Islam SeMalaysia) is an Islamist political party in Malaysia and is currently headed by Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang. PAS positions itself as an Islamist party that aims to establish Malaysia as an Islamist theocratic country based on Islamic legal theory derived from medieval jurists like Shafie as opposed to Barisan Nasional's Islam Hadhari, which is based on literal reading from the Quran. ...more on Wikipedia about "PAS (political party)"
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