Muslim Britherheid

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Hassan al-Banna, wha foondit the Muslim Britherheid
Society of the Muslim Brothers
Leader Mohammed Badie
Spokesperson Gehad El-Haddad
Foondit 1928
Ismailia, Egypt
Heidquarters Cairo, Egyp
Ideology Sunni Islamism[1]
Social conservatism[2]
Religious conservatism[3]
Anti-communism[4][5]
Poleetical poseetion Right-wing[6][7]
Website
www.ikhwanweb.com (Inglis)

The Society o the Muslim Brithers (Arabic: جماعة الإخوان المسلمين Jamāʿat al-Ikhwān al-Muslimīn), better kent as the Muslim Britherheid (الإخوان المسلمون al-Ikhwān al-Muslimūn), is a transnaitional Sunni Islamist organisation foondit in Egypt by Islamic scholart an schuilteacher Hassan al-Banna in 1928.[8] Al-Banna's teachins spreid far ayont Egyp, influencin the day various Islamist muivements frae charitable organisations tae poleetical pairties—nae aw uisin the same name.[9]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. What is the Muslim Brotherhood?, Al Jazeera, 18 June 2017
  2. Rick Perry and the Muslim Brotherhood: Compare and Contrast - Mona Eltahawy on social conservatism in Egypt and the U.S., J.J. GOULD, June 30, 2013
  3. The Muslim Brotherhood and the Future of Political Islam in Egypt, Ashraf El-Sherif, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace website, October 21, 2014
  4. Washington’s Secret History with the Muslim Brotherhood, Ian Johnson, February 5, 2011
  5. Terrorism: Muslim Brotherhood, Jewish Virtual Library
  6. The Muslim Brotherhood’s ‘right-wing’ politics game, Bassem Youssef, Al Arabiya English, Wednesday, 1 May 2013
  7. What Is the Muslim Brotherhood, and Will It Take Over Egypt?, Robert Dreyfuss, Mother Jones, 11 Februar 2011
  8. Kevin Borgeson; Robin Valeri (9 July 2009). Terrorism in America. Jones and Bartlett Learning. p. 23. ISBN 978-0-7637-5524-9. Retrieved 9 December 2012. 
  9. "Is the Muslim Brotherhood a Terrorist Group?". The New York Times. 30 April 2019. Retrieved 15 May 2019.