اخوان المسلمون کے یو. نیٹ ورک

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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. بدقسمتی سے, this strategy is based on a false assumption: that “moderate” Islamist groups will confront and weaken their violent co-religionists, robbing them of their support base.
This lesser-of-two-evils strategy is reminiscent of the rationale behind the Cold War-era decision to support the Afghan mujahideen against the Soviet army. In the short term, امریکہ. alliance with the mujahideen did indeed aid America in its struggle against the Soviet Union. In the long term, تاہم, U.S. support led to the empowerment of a dangerous and potent adversary. In choosing its allies, امریکہ. cannot afford to elevate short-term tactical considerations above longer-term strategic ones. Most importantly, امریکہ. must consider the ideology of any potential partners.
Although various Islamist groups do quarrel over tactics and often bear considerable animosity towards one another, they all agree on the endgame: a world dictated by political Islam. A “divide and conquer” strategy by the United States will only push them closer together.

قطعہ کے تحت: مصرنمایاںIkhwanophobiaمشرق وسطیاخوان المسلمونریاست ہائے متحدہ امریکہ & یورپ

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