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us: Bannā, Ḥasan, 1906-1949

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    • us: Hasan al-Bannā, 1906-1949
    • us: Benna, Hasan, 1906-1949
    • us: Hasan el-Benna, 1906-1949
    • us: Al Banna, Hasan, 1906-1949
    • us: بنا، حسن، 19061949
    • us: بنا، حسن، 1946-1909
    • us: بنا، حسن. 1906-1949
    • us: بنّا، حسن
    • us: حسن البنا
    • us: Ḥasanulbannāʼ, 1906-1949
    • us: ‏حسن البنّاء،&#٬٢٠٠ن؛ ‏1906-1949.
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1906-10
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1949-02-12
    • Birth Place

        Mahmudiyya (Egypt)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Cairo (Egypt)
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        (naf) Egypt
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        • Organization: (naf) Kullīyat Dār al-ʻUlūm
        • Organization: (naf) Jamʻīyat al-Ikhwān al-Muslimīn (Egypt)
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        (lcsh) Muslim scholars
          (lcsh) Politicians
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      • Sources

        • found: Heyworth-Dunne, J. Religious and political trends in modern Egypt, 1950.
        • found: Shaikh, N. M. Hasan al Banna, shaheed, 1981: t.p. (Hasan al Banna, shaheed) p. 1, etc. (Hasan Al Banna; Imam Hasan Al Banna, shaheed; Imam Hasan Al Banna)
        • found: Ḥasanulbannāʼ Shahīd, 2012: t.p. (Ḥasanulbannāʼ = حسن البنّاء)
        • found: Dictionary of African Biography, accessed June 25, 2015, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Banna, Hasan al-; muslim scholar, religious martyr; born October 1906 in Mahmudiyya, Egypt; in middle school formed a Society for Moral Behavior; joined the Young Men's Muslim Association (YMMA), a response to the YMCA, in Cairo; participated in demonstrations against British rule (during the 1919 “revolution”); entered Dar al-Ulum, the teacher training college in Cairo (1924); with six others founded the Society of Muslim Brothers (1928); gained a transfer to a Cairo school (1932); within a year the Muslim Brothers held its first annual conference; the Muslim Brothers constituted a mass movement large enough to challenge established political parties (by the early 1940s); police agents gunned down Hasan al-Banna on the steps of the YMMA in downtown Cairo (1949); died 12 February 1949 in Cairo, Egypt)
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