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📒The Muslim Brotherhood And The Kings Of Jordan 1945 1993 ✍ Marion Boulby
✏The Muslim Brotherhood and the Kings of Jordan 1945 1993 Book Summary : This book examines the ideology and social base of the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood from its founding in 1945 to 1993. While there has been considerable discussion of contemporary Islamist organizations in Middle Eastern and Western literature, there has been insufficient attention devoted to the historical specificities of these movements in nation states. This analysis focuses on the relations between the Brotherhood and the Jordanian state as a determinant of the Brotherhood's ideological and social development.
📒The Muslim Brotherhood In Contemporary Egypt ✍ Mariz Tadros
✏The Muslim Brotherhood in Contemporary Egypt Book Summary : The Muslim Brotherhood is one of the oldest and most influential Islamist movements. As the party ascends to power in Egypt, it is poised to adopt a new system of governance and state–society relations, the effects of which are likely to extend well beyond Egypt's national borders. This book examines the Brotherhood's visions and practices, from its inception in 1928, up to its response to the 2011 uprising, as it moves to redefine democracy along Islamic lines. The book analyses the Muslim Brotherhood's position on key issues such as gender, religious minorities, and political plurality, and critically analyses whether claims that the Brotherhood has abandoned extremism and should be engaged with as a moderate political force can be substantiated. It also considers the wider political context of the region, and assesses the extent to which the Brotherhood has the potential to transform politics in the Middle East.
📒The Failure Of The Muslim Brotherhood In The Arab World ✍ Nawaf Obaid
✏The Failure of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Arab World Book Summary : This book is an indispensable resource for anyone looking to understand the Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar's role in promoting the group, and the ideological, social, and religious factors that have led to its ultimate failure. The book begins by looking at the birth of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in 1928 in Egypt. It then traces its ideology and expansion via the various affiliate organizations in the Arab world as well as its international presence up to the present day. Throughout this historical analysis, evidence is presented linking the MB again and again to political violence and a lack of a coherent policy. The book weaves into this history the influence of Qatari support, a clarification of the division between true Salafism and the MB's radical ideology, an explanation of how Jamal Khashoggi was a living metaphor for this misunderstanding, and the role the MB has played in various revolutionary movements throughout the Middle East. The book concludes with a current geopolitical outlook on the MB itself and the Arab world in which it resides. The book is extensively sourced with first-hand primary source quotes from numerous exclusive personal interviews conducted by the author, both with experts on the subject and officials in the region. Provides a detailed account of the Muslim Brotherhood's history and its affiliates in every relevant country Fully documents Qatar's support for the Muslim Brotherhood and the nature of the current boycott against it led by Saudi Arabia Gives a novel perspective on the Muslim Brotherhood's ideology via a chapter-long discussion of Salafism Offers a candid, personal look at Jamal Khashoggi's struggle with his loyalty to the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and Saudi Arabia and shows how this serves as a metaphor for the MB and its members
📒The Muslim Brotherhood ✍ Carrie Rosefsky Wickham
✏The Muslim Brotherhood Book Summary : Following the Arab Spring, the Muslim Brotherhood achieved a level of influence previously unimaginable. Yet the implications of the Brotherhood's rise and dramatic fall for the future of democratic governance, peace, and stability in the region are disputed and remain open to debate. Drawing on more than one hundred in-depth interviews as well as Arabic-language sources never before accessed by Western researchers, Carrie Rosefsky Wickham traces the evolution of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt from its founding in 1928 to the fall of Hosni Mubarak and the watershed elections of 2011-2012. Highlighting elements of movement continuity and change, Wickham demonstrates that shifts in Islamist worldviews, goals, and strategies are not the result of a single strand of cause and effect, and provides a systematic, fine-grained account of Islamist group evolution in Egypt and the wider Arab world. In a new afterword, Wickham discusses what has happened in Egypt since Muhammad Morsi was ousted and the Muslim Brotherhood fell from power.
📒Qatar Papers ✍ Christian Chesnot
✏Qatar Papers Book Summary : The “Qatar papers” reveal the mapping of proselytism in France and Europe led by Qatar Charity, the most powerful Qatari NGO. These confidential documents, disclosed for the first time, detail most of the 140 projects to finance mosques, schools and Islamic centres, for the benefit of associations linked to the Muslim Brotherhood. They reveal the salary paid to Tariq Ramadan, a figure of political Islam that Doha sponsors outside its borders. At the end of a survey in six European countries and a dozen cities in France, the authors expose the concealment, sometimes the double language, of Muslim associations on their foreign funding, as well as the ostrich policy followed by many mayors, out of electoralism or ignorance. They point out the absurdity of the situation: with the faithful's money alone as a subsidy, how could mosques in France deprive themselves of aid from abroad? A journey behind-the-scenes of a wealthy and opaque NGO linked to the top of the Qatari state, as revealed by its funding by several members of the ruling family, the Al Thani.
📒Ashes Of Hama ✍ Raphaël Lefèvre
✏Ashes of Hama Book Summary : When the convulsions of the Arab Spring first became manifest in Syria in March 2011, the Ba'athist regime was quick to blame the protests on the "Syrian Muslim Brotherhood" and its "al-Qaeda affiliates." But who are these Islamists so determined to rule a post-Assad Syria? Little has been published on militant Islam in Syria since Hafez Assad's regime destroyed the Islamist movement in its stronghold of Hama in February 1982. This book bridges that gap by providing readers with the first comprehensive account of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood's history to date. In this ground-breaking account of Syria's most prominent, yet highly secretive, Islamist organisation, the author draws on previously untapped sources: the memoirs of former Syrian jihadists; British and American archives; and also a series of wide-ranging interviews with the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood's historical leaders as well as those who battled against them--many speaking on the record for the first time. Ashes of Hama uncovers the major aspects of the Islamist struggle: from the Brotherhood's radicalisation and its "jihad" against the Ba'athist regime and subsequent exile, to a spectacular comeback at the forefront of the Syrian revolution in 2011--a remarkable turnaround for an Islamist movement which all analysts had pronounced dead amid the ruins of Hama in 1982.
📒The Muslim Brotherhood In Jordan ✍ Shmuel Bar
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📒The Muslim Brotherhood In Syria ✍ Dara Conduit
✏The Muslim Brotherhood in Syria Book Summary : A look at the history of the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria, examining why the group failed to capitalise on its political advantage during the Syrian uprising and civil war.
📒The Muslim Brotherhood Its Youth And Implications For U S Engagement ✍ Jeffrey Martini
✏The Muslim Brotherhood Its Youth and Implications for U S Engagement Book Summary : Since the 2011 revolution in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood has emerged as a key political player. Although individuals under the age of 35 make up a large share of the membership, the group's strict hierarchy has led to disaffection among its youth. These members merit attention not only as a challenge to the Brotherhood's organizational cohesion, but as a potential conduit for expanding U.S. engagement with the group.
📒The Muslim Brotherhood In Egypt ✍ Kiki M. Santing
✏The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt Book Summary : The investigation of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood during the presidencies of Anwar Sadat and the early years of Hosni Mubarak is based on the movement's main journals, al-Da'wa and Liwā' al-'Islām, presenting its history during two relevant periods: 1976-1981, 1987-1988. These journals show that, contrary to the focus in modern research (e.a. sharia laws, gender relations, or ideas of democracy), the Brotherhood is a much more broadly oriented, social-political opposition movement, taking Islam as its guideline. The movement's own versatile discourse discusses all aspects of daily and spiritual life. An important adage of the Brotherhood is Islam as a niẓām kāmil wa-shāmil, 'a perfect and all-encompassing system'. Faith should play a role in every aspect of daily life, from cooking dinner and housekeeping to education, holidays, enemy images, legislation, and watching television. Islam is everything, and everything is Islam. In its journals the Brotherhood provided its unique reflection of the spirit of the age. The movement presented itself as a highly reactive group that responded to current events and positioned itself as a moral, religious and political opposition to the Egyptian regime.