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The rise of the Muslim Brotherhood In several Middle Eastern countries

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The rise of the Muslim Brotherhood In several Middle Eastern countries
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Adam
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Ahmed M
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1984-
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Ahmed Adam
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Shaheen Ayubi
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Rutgers University
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Camden Graduate School
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2013
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The Muslim Brotherhood is a very influential organization throughout the Middle East, with Members and branches in more than eighty countries such as Hamas in Palestine, Ennahda in Tunisia, and The Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt. They had been able to remain intact throughout the years from the day the organization was founded more than eighty years ago in 1928 and after so many years of prosecution by regimes throughout the Middle East. The upspring or what came to be known as the Arab Spring that took place throughout the Middle East which started in Tunisia and spread out through the Middle East eliminated some of the old regimes in countries such as Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya which allowed the Muslim Brotherhood to rise to power after being a banned organization and gain the benefit of political power of these revolution which had started out as a secular movement. This had led to speculation that the Muslim Brotherhood stole the revolution. And now that they are in power which they had gained through free election, there is speculation that they are seizing control with their fundamentalist ideology. The United States as a key international players is trying to figure out ways to deal with the Muslim Brotherhood out of fear for creating more instability in a region that is already instable especially in the Palestinian – Israeli situation, and especially that the ideology of the Muslim Brotherhood condemns the existence of the State of Israel. The United States is trying to ensure that the organization would not seize control over these countries and make it difficult for other secular political groups to compete with them making it difficult to move the organization from power if the people are not satisfied with its performance. Islamist political parties in the Middle East now form an important part of the political landscape. Previously operating as opposition movements outside the formal process, parties stemming from these movements have succeeded in recent years in countries including Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, and Palestine. The political involvement of such Islamist parties such as The Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafies comes with a price, but the inclusion of such Islamist parties is a crucial and a very important step in the development of the democratic system. The Muslim Brotherhood is considered the parent of many of the Islamist political parties in the region, Such as Hamas in Palestine, and The Ennahda party in Tunisia.
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ii, 34 p.
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M.A.L.S.
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Includes bibliographical references
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by Ahmed M Adam
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Jamʻīyat al-Ikhwān al-Muslimīn (Egypt)
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Political parties--Middle East
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Arab Spring, 2010-
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Egypt--History--Demonstrations, 2010-
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Arab countries--History--21st century
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Camden Graduate School Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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