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The Society of the Muslim Brothers

by Mitchell, Richard P.

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Egypt
    • Subjects:
    • Jamʻīyat al-Ikhwān al-Muslimīn (Egypt),
    • Islam -- Egypt -- History -- 20th century.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRichard P. Mitchell ; with a foreword by John O. Voll.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT107.82 .M5 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxvii, 349 p. ;
      Number of Pages349
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1411540M
      ISBN 100195084373
      LC Control Number93020368

      This important book deepens our understanding of the influence of contemporary Islamism by providing the first definitive history of the meteoric rise of the mother organization of all modern Islamist movements, the Society of the Muslim Brothers. Founded in by a young primary schoolteacher, Hasan al-Banna, the Society rose to become the.   The Society of the Muslim Brothers began as one of these salafi movements, and gradually became the largest and most important of them all. Many of the society’s early leaders and thinkers did not come from traditional Islamic backgrounds, but instead emerged from the ranks of the new effendiyya. They had been reared on western culture and.

      Society Of The Muslim Brothers (P) OUP New York First published in as part of a series edited by renowned Islamic scholar Albert Hourani, this book has been the standard source for the history of the revivalist Egyptian movement—the Muslim Brethren up to the time of Nasser. The OUISoc hosts a wide array of events throughout the year ranging from educational events to our popular socials. We also host a variety of dinners, games nights and much more; all aimed at helping the Muslim community of Oxford.

      Founded in by the charismatic Hasan al-Banna (), the anticolonial Society of Muslim Brothers embraced political violence in its early decades and called for the establishment of an Islamic state, even as it toiled to establish a grassroots social welfare network. Find more info., search and price compare for The Society of the Muslim Brothers in Egypt: The Rise of an Islamic Mass Movement by Brynjar Lia Binding: Paperback, 1 edition, pages Publisher: Ithaca Press Weight: pound Dimension: H: x L: x W: inches ISBN ISBN Click here to search for this book and compare price at 40+ .


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The Society of Muslim Brothers (hereafter Muslim Brotherhood) took root in an Egypt rife with anti-imperialist sentiment, nationalist ferment, and domestic political infighting.

It was a movement born of a particular political moment, and one that reinvented its operational practice, if not its ideology, time and again to adapt to changing. The best known study of Egypt's foremost fundamentalist Islamic movement, Richard Mitchell's Society of the Muslim Brothers (), portrayed the organization as a reactionary response to Westernization mounted by those left in its wake.

And, indeed, this was the general interpretation of fundamentalist Islam by most writers on the subject before or : Daniel Pipes. The Islamic Society of Britain was an affiliate body of the Muslim Council of Britain until Februarywhen it disaffiliated.

Controversies Screening of The Message. Inon behalf of the ISB, The Grosvenor, a cinema in Glasgow, Scotland was due to screen The Message, an Oscar-nominated film about the life of the Prophet Muhammad. Muslim Brotherhood, officially Jamiat al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun [Arab.,=Society of Muslim Brothers], religious and political organization founded () in Egypt by Hasan al-Banna Banna, Hasan al- –49, Egyptian religious and political leader; founder of the Muslim Brotherhood.

He was involved with traditional Islamic education in Egypt. The book and the ideological revisions by the new guard are arguably representative of the wider body of the Muslim Brotherhood as Kamal oversaw the Muslim Brotherhood’s affairs after the coup.

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This book examines the socio-economic and cultural factors which facilitated the movement's expansion.5/5(2).Muslim countries."--Albert Hourani "The Society of the Muslim Brothers is a major seminal work that remains the standard history of the early Muslim Brotherhood.

Essential reading for understanding the growth of contemporary Islamic movements across the Muslim world."- 5/5(3).The Society of Muslim Brothers. By Richard P. Mitchell. Pp. Oxford Uni-versity Press,? The Society of Muslim Brothers was established in in Isma'illyya and after going through a turbulent political life, including a temporary dissolution inwas permanently banned in following an attempt on Nair's life.