Hasan al-Hudaibi ( Arabic حسن الهضيبي, DMG Ḥasan al-Huḍaibī - also Hudaybi , Hodaiby ; * 1891 Arab as-Sawaliha , Egypt ; † November 11, 1973 in Cairo ) was an Egyptian judge , 1950–1973 general leader of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood , under the presidency of Gamal Abdel Nasser imprisoned several times. In his book "Missionaries, Not Judges" in 1969, he responded to the teachings of Sayyid Qutb and opposed tendencies towards further radicalization of the organization.
After him, Umar at-Tilimsani took over the leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood until his death in 1986. Hasan al-Hudaibi's son Mamun al-Hudaibi was the general leader of the Muslim Brotherhood from 2002 until his death in 2004.
- Hasan Al-Hudaibi: "Du'ât lâ qudât" (missionaries, not judges) 1st edition Cairo 1977, 2nd edition Kuwait 1985
- Gilles Kepel: The Prophet and the Pharaoh. The Example of Egypt: The Development of Muslim Extremism. Piper Munich Zurich 1995, ISBN 978-3-492-03786-0
- Robert Leiken and Steven Brooke "The Moderate Muslim Brotherhood" Foreign Affairs March / April 2007
- Barbara Zollner AUDIO - Du'at la Qudat: Notes on the Authorship, Purpose, and Relevance of a Text Purporting a Moderate Theology Islamist Politics Symposium, Georgetown University 3/22/2007
- Barbara Zollner: The Muslim Brotherhood: Hasan al-Hudaybi and Ideology, Routledge Studies in Political Islam, 2008 ISBN 978-0-415-43557-4
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Hodaiby; Hudaybi; حسن الهضيبي|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Egyptian judge and general leader of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1891|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Arab as-Sawaliha , Egypt|
|DATE OF DEATH||November 11, 1973|
|Place of death||Cairo|