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The Muslim brotherhood

Hasan al-Hudaybi and ideology

by Barbara Zollner

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Huḍaybī, Ḥasan, -- 1891-1973,
  • Jamʻīyat al-Ikhwān al-Muslimīn (Egypt),
  • Islam and politics,
  • Opposition (Political science)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementBarbara Zollner.
    SeriesRoutledge studies in political islam
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP10.J383 Z64 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16842433M
    ISBN 100415435579, 020388843X
    LC Control Number2008019810

    ‘The Muslim Brotherhood [in Syria] is essential reading, not merely because of the comprehensive and thoroughly researched history it provides, but because of its thematic approach to explaining its subject-matter’s behavior Dara Conduit has produced a timely and brilliantly written book on a critical actor in Syria.’Author: Dara Conduit.   The Muslim Brotherhood in Holland: Counterterrorism Blog: April 6, The Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic law in Europe: Counterterrorism Blog: Ap State Department's flirting with the Muslim Brotherhood: Counterterrorism Bog: Ap Blog Posts: Title: Publication: Date: Gaza Conflict Tests Egypt: For The Record - The.

    The Muslim Brotherhood operating in the U.S. made it clear that "their work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and 'sabotaging Author: Tom Quiggin.   The Muslim Brotherhood is a missionary movement founded in Egypt in by Hassan al-Banna, a schoolteacher working in the town of Ismailia, near the Suez Canal.

    Witnesses included an Egyptian born Islamic scholar who was granted political asylum in the U.S., and an author of a book on the Muslim Brotherhood’s influence in the West. – Sayyid Qutb, Muslim Brotherhood Leader in his book, Our Battle against the Jews, 6 THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD SPECIAL REPORT GOALS AND STRATEGY OF THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD - OVERVIEW Goals: The stated goals of the Muslim Brotherhood are as follows 1. Inform the world about Islam and spread its teachingsFile Size: 1MB.


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"[The Muslim Brotherhood] provides a nuanced and rich analysis of the transformation of the Brotherhood from its inception in the s until its rise to power in This book is a must read not only for students of Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood but also for all those interested in the evolution of social and political movements in the Middle Cited by:   The book has solid academic credentials.

It is not propaganda. The Muslim Brotherhood is viewed by many in the Middle East and the West as the root source for current Islamic terrorism. It is very relevant and supplies a good overview that illuminates today's news.

This is a topic one can not afford to be ignorant by:   The Muslim Brotherhood: Evolution of an Islamist Movement. The Muslim Brotherhood has achieved a level of influence nearly unimaginable before the Arab Spring. The Brotherhood was the resounding victor in Egypt's parliamentary elections, and six months later, a leader of the group was elected president/5.

"[The Muslim Brotherhood] provides a nuanced and rich analysis of the transformation of the Brotherhood from its inception in the s until its rise to power in This book is a must read not only for students of Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood but also for all those interested in the evolution of social and political movements in the Middle East and beyond.".

Following the Arab Spring, the Muslim Brotherhood achieved a level of influence nearly unimaginable before. The Brotherhood was the resounding victor in Egypt's parliamentary elections, and six months later, a leader of the group was elected president.

Yet the implications of the Brotherhood's rising power for the future of democratic governance, Author: The Muslim brotherhood book Rosefsky Wickham.

Muslim The Muslim brotherhood book, officially Jamiat al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun [Arab.,=Society of Muslim Brothers], religious and political organization founded () in Egypt by Hasan al-Banna. Early opposed to secular tendencies in Islamic nations and also anti-British and anti-Zionist, the organization has sought to foster a return to the original precepts of the Qur'an.

Over the past three decades, through rises and falls in power, regime repression and exclusion, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood has endured, proving more resilient than any other Islamist movement in the world. In this book Khalil al-Anani explores the factors that have enabled the Brotherhood to survive so long within an ever-changing political landscape.

The Muslim Brotherhood and the West is the first comprehensive history of the relationship between the world’s largest Islamist movement and the Western powers that have dominated the Middle East for the past century: Britain and the United States. In the decades since the Brotherhood emerged in Egypt in the s, the movement’s notion of “the West” has.

The supervisory committee of the Jeddah International Book Fair confiscated 80 books written by Muslim Brotherhood figures, daily Saudi Arabian newspaper Okaz reported.

The Saudi Education Ministry had earlier instructed that a number of books written by Muslim Brotherhood intellectuals, including Sayyed Qotb, Hassan al-Banna, Youssef al-Qaradawy.

Specifically, as it relates to a project adopted by the [Brotherhood] leadership which is the creation of “strong arms,” which is a special apparatus inside the Muslim Brotherhood that is meant to carry out specific special operations during the stage of Hassm [decisiveness] with the regime.

The Society of the Muslim Brothers (Arabic: جماعة الإخوان المسلمين ‎ Jamāʿat al-Ikhwān al-Muslimīn), better known as the Muslim Brotherhood (الإخوان المسلمون al-Ikhwān al-Muslimūn), is a transnational Sunni Islamist organization founded in Egypt by Islamic scholar and schoolteacher Hassan al-Banna in Al-Banna's teachings spread far beyond Egypt Founded:Ismailia, Egypt.

Muslim Brotherhood, a religiopolitical organization founded in that advocated the application of Islamic law in all aspects of society. Though militant in its early years, the organization renounced violence in the s. It enjoyed a brief stint in power in Egypt after the uprising of The following Muslim Brotherhood document was entered in-to evidence in the U.S.

v Holy Land Foundation trial, and isa primary source threat document that provides new insights into global jihad organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood. These documents (cov-ered extensively in chapter four) define the structure and outline ofFile Size: KB.

About the Book. Although the popular uprisings of were not driven by Islamist forces, it is the Islamist movements, and the Muslim Brotherhood in particular, that have filled the power vacuums that opened up with the collapse of the regimes of the region.

The Brotherhood’s political baggage therefore hindered the Syrian group’s political future. Conduit’s book is an important study of a Brotherhood movement that demonstrates the extent to which local context matters: there is no single Muslim Brotherhood, nor is the transnational structure able to sustain these individual organisations.

First published in as part of a series edited by renowned Islamic scholar Albert Hourani, this book has been the standard source for the history of the revivalist Egyptian movement--the Muslim Brethren up to the time of Nasser.

The Muslim Brethren are now well-recognized for their foundational role in the Islamic revival which has now taken on new, and perhaps dangerous, 5/5(1). This book may be reproduced, distributed and transmitted for personal and non-commercial use. Contact the Center for Security Policy for bulk order information.

For more information about this book, visit Hamas, Cair, and the Muslim Brotherhood is published in the United States by the Center for Security Policy Press. Carrie Rosefsky Wickham, The Muslim Brotherhood: Evolution of an Islamist Movement. The product of multiple decades of research and close access to the Brotherhood, Wickham’s book is particularly noteworthy for its analysis of the sociology underpinning the movement’s evolution in recent decades.

Muslim Brotherhood in America has reached penetration phase 3 (see Spread of Islam). Like the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe and UK, the Muslim Brotherhood in America operates front groups among which its leaders, most of them US-educated, rotate to avoid detection, litigation and/or prosecution.

The first Muslim Brotherhood organization in America was the Muslim. This book – detailed, authoritative, sober, perceptive and meticulously researched – shows why.

It is an important contribution to our understanding both of the Muslim Brotherhood itself, to the controversies that surround the movement and to the broader phenomenon of political : Saqi Books.

In Europe and North America, networks tracing their origins back to the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist movements have rapidly evolved into multifunctional and richly funded organizations competing to become the major representatives of Western Muslim communities and government interlocutors.

Some analysts and policy makers see these .The book addresses the possible future of the Muslim Brotherhood; whether it can surprise sceptics and effectively accommodate democracy and secular trends, and how its ascension to power through the ballot box might influence Western policy debates on their engagement with this manifestation of political Islam.

Drawing on a Brand: Beverley Milton-Edwards. A Foreign Affairs Best Book of the Year. In the century since the Muslim Brotherhood first emerged in Egypt, its idea of “the West” has remained a key driver of its behavior. From its founding, the Brotherhood stood opposed to the British Empire and Western cultural : Harvard.