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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood: Understanding Centrist Islam. (World in Review)

@article{Walsh2003EgyptsMB,
  title={Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood: Understanding Centrist Islam. (World in Review)},
  author={J. Walsh},
  journal={Harvard international review},
  year={2003},
  volume={24},
  pages={32}
}
  • J. Walsh
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • Harvard international review
The West's traditional suspicion of anything that could be called an Islamist movement has increased in light of recent events. In the rush to distinguish friend from foe in the Islamic world, US favor has gravitated toward the stable, secular, and overtly "friendly" regimes of the region, of which Hosni Mubarak's Egyptian government is probably the best example. There has always been a tendency to group the moderate and radical branches of Islamist movements together, but recent developments… Expand
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