The passing of Youssef al-Qaradawi, widely regarded as the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, in Qatar on September 26 has silenced the world's the most influential proponent of jihadi violence.
For a look back on his ideological reign of terror, see the selections at right by the Middle East Forum's staff, fellows, contributors, and guests.
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Ensconced in Doha: Qatar's Resident Islamists
Why the United States Should Designate Qaradawi a Terrorist
Not Blacklisting Muslim Brotherhood Carries Risk
"Obey The Prophet, Even If He Tells You To Kill"
The Religious Foundations of Suicide Bombings
Arab Liberals: Prosecute Clerics Who Promote Murder
The Qaradawi Fatwas
Must Innocents Die? The Islamic Debate over Suicide Attacks