Additionally, he had been investigated over all the cases that were related to and accusing the Organization in the nineties and spent most of his life in prisons and in the detention centers of the Mubarak regime.
Who is Nabil Naim, when was the beginning of his religious commitment, and how had he belong to the Jihad Organization until he became after that its leader? What was his role in the events of 1981, how has he re-arranged the ranks of the Organization after his release in 1986, and what was his role in the Afghani jihad? How has he tried to establish an Islamic emirate in South Yemen, and what was his relationship with Somalia’s Mujahideen Youth Movement? How much was he close to Dr. Ayman Al-Zawahiri and Osama bin Laden, leader al-Qaeda’s leader, as well as to Aboud al-Zimr and Khalid El-Islambouli, and what is his opinion on the operations accomplished by the Organization in the nineties after his arrest and where did he get funding from?
What is the true story about the rumor that says he was killed under torture in the (SSI) State Security Investigations’ building in the Lazoghli section in the nineties and about the funeral prayer performed by the detainees for him as an absent person, and what is his opinion and role in the intellectual reviews of the Organization?
Why his name was linked to the issue of the returnees from Albania in 1997 and he was sentenced to fifteen years, six years after his arrest? What is his opinion on the arrival of the Muslim Brotherhood to power and his assessment of the performance of President Morsi? Does he trust the Islamic Movement’s believe in democracy? Does he declare the secularists and liberals as disbelievers like other leaders of the Islamist Movement, and what is his assessment of the phenomenon of Abu Ismail, does he expect the clashes to turn into a civil war, and how he sees the Brotherhood relationship with the Americans?
Who are the members dominating the Brotherhood now, and what in his opinion is the best way to go out of the current crisis that was caused by the Constitutional Proclamation?
The answers to these questions will be found right through the (three) subsequent parts of this Interview.