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Moderate and Radical Islam

Moderate and Radical Islam

One of the components of this study is relevant to a question that I was asked to address,which is how radical Islam differs from moderate or mainstream Islam.

Challenges to Democracy in the Arab and Muslim World

Challenges to Democracy in the Arab and Muslim World

President Bush’s notions that democratizing Iraq will have a ripple effect on the rest ofthe Arab world, bringing prosperity and peace to the region, and that democracy is the panaceafor Islamic terrorism are unsubstantiated as well as grossly misleading.

The Ikhwan in North America: A Short History

Ya Ikhwan ya Amerika ya Kaskazini: Historia Fupi

The current federal court case against the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development (HLF) in Dallas, Texas,1 offers an unprecedented inside look into the history of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States, as well as its goals and structure.

The Muslim Brotherhood in Belgium

The Muslim Brotherhood in Belgium

The Global Muslim Brotherhood has been present in Europe since 1960 when SaidRamadan, the grandson of Hassan Al-Banna, founded a mosque in Munich .

The Muslim Brotherhood in Europe

The Muslim Brotherhood in Europe

Shumuliyyat al-islam (Islam as encompassing every aspect of life) is the first of twenty principles laid out by the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood movement, Hassan al-Banna, to teach his followers the proper understanding of Islam

The Muslim Brotherhood’s U.S. Network

The Muslim Brotherhood’s U.S. Network

Washington D.C. has suddenly become very interested in the Muslim Brotherhood. American policymakers are debating whether to engage non-violent elements of the Muslim Brotherhood network, both inside and outside the United States, in the hope that such engagement will empower these “moderates” against violent Wahhabi and Salafi groups such as al-Qaeda

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Conquest of Europe

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Conquest of Europe

Since its founding in 1928, the Muslim Brotherhood (Hizb al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun) has profoundly influenced the political life of the Middle East. Its motto is telling: “Allah is our objective. The Prophet is our leader. The Qur’an is our law. Jihad is our way .Dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope .

Qutbism: An Ideology of Islamic-Fascism

Qutbism: An Ideology of Islamic-Fascism

The recently published National Military Strategic Plan for the War onTerrorism (NMSP-WOT) is to be commended for identifying “ideology”as al Qaeda’s center of gravity

Terrorist and Extremist Movements in the Middle East

Terrorist and Extremist Movements in the Middle East

Terrorism and asymmetric warfare are scarcely new features of the Middle Eastern military balance, and Islamic extremism is scarcely the only source of extremist violence.

The Death of Political Islam

The Death of Political Islam

kumbukumbu ya Uislamu kisiasa wameanza kuandikwa. Baada ya miaka ya inaonekana unstoppablegrowth, Islamic parties have begun to stumble

TERORRIST DIASPORAS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND SOUTH ASIA

TERORRIST DIASPORAS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND SOUTH ASIA

Ever since the Bush administration’s declaration of a global war on terror after 9/11,academics and policymakers have sought ways to counter the global terrorist threat .

Islamic Movements and the Use of Violence:

Harakati ya Kiislamu na ya Matumizi ya Uhasama:

Despite recent academic and popular focus on violent transnational Islamic terrorist networks,there is a multiplicity of Islamic movements. This multiplicity presents scholars with two puzzles.

The Muslim Brotherhood in the United States

The Muslim Brotherhood in the United States

The current U.S. Brotherhood leadership has attempted to deny this history, both claiming that it is not accurate and at the same time that saying that it represents an older form of thought inside the Brotherhood.

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