In the years leading up to his murder while in detention Imam Abdullah Haron shared the values of the Muslim Brotherhood with many of his fellow activists including the pan Africanists of the day. Standard issue to his students were handbooks of the Muslim Brotherhood including a photocopy version of “What we stand for”.
If he was alive Imam Haron would have been in the forefront in Tahrir Square in Egypt as a dream would have come true. The Egyptian people for the first time being allowed to embrace Islamic values as refelcted in the policies of the Muslim Brotherhood. The Arab Spring is set to become the Muslim Spring in countries allover the world including South Africa. It is up to AL JAMA-AH to inform the new policies of the ruling party with islamic vlaues as it struggles with a second transition.