Khalil Abdel-Karim

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Khalil Abdel-Karim
Born Aswan, Egypt
Nationality Egyptian
Occupation Writer, scholar
Spouse(s) Thuria Abass
Children Nabawia Khalil, Mohamed Khalil, Aisha Khalil, Fatima Khalil, Abdel-Karim Khalil
Parents Abdel-Karim Nasser
Website
khalilabdelkarim.wordpress.com

Khalil Abdel-Karim (خليل عبد الكريم Arabic) was born in Aswan City in Upper Egypt.

Early life[edit]

Mr. Khalil Abdul-Karim joined the Muslim Brotherhood in his youth. After attaining his high school diploma he traveled to Cairo to study Law and he graduated from Cairo University (then, Fouad the First University).[citation needed]

Dention[edit]

Both Abdul-Qader ' Udda and Ibrahim al-Taib were executed in 1954 following al-Manshia attack on the then Egyptian President, Gamal Abdul Nasser. As for Mr. Abdul-Karim, he was detained in the Military Prison[where?] for a number of months. He was detained for a second time in 1965 following the discovery of an organization by Sayyid Qutb. He spent his detention at Liman Turah (which is known as the 'al-Mazra'ah).

Career[edit]

After his release following his first detention, Mr. Abdul-Karim started his law-practice office. He was the head of the defense team (Primary and Appeal Courts) in the case of Professor Nasr Abu Zayd who was sued for ridda (apostasy from Islam) and for separation from his wife.

Books[edit]

Books of Khalil Abdel-Karim: All in Arabic with some translations:

  • "For Applying Shari'a not for Governing"
  • "Man-women Relationship during the prophetic and caliphate periods the soiciety of yathrib"
  • "The Historical roots of Islamic shari'a"
  • "qurayish: from tribe to state"
  • "Islam between the civil and islamic state"
  • "Shadou Rababa bi ahwal mujtama'al-sahaba"
  • "The Arabs and the women"
  • "The state of yathreb The year of Delegates"
  • "Against the fundamentalism of Islamists"
  • "The Eslabished period of Mohamed"
  • "The Founding Concepts of the Islamic Left"

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