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The Muslim Brotherhood: Libya as the Last Resort for the Continued Existence of the Global Movement

The Muslim Brotherhood: Libya as the Last Resort for the Continued Existence of the Global Movement AbstractThe fall of the first Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt and the ban of the movement in Egypt in 2013 increased the pressure on the Brotherhood’s branch in Libya to fulfill the group’s dreams of power. Libya now remains a potential chance for the group to realize its political ambitions of control and power. The desperation of the group pushed it to take extreme measures that contradict, on many occasions, the group’s declared principles of peaceful and gradual bottom-up change. The group uses all possible means to gain complete political control over Libya, which contributes to prolonging the conflict in the country. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Middle East Law and Governance Brill

The Muslim Brotherhood: Libya as the Last Resort for the Continued Existence of the Global Movement

Middle East Law and Governance , Volume 13 (1): 17 – Sep 11, 2020

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Brill
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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1876-3367
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1876-3375
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10.1163/18763375-01202001
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Abstract

AbstractThe fall of the first Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt and the ban of the movement in Egypt in 2013 increased the pressure on the Brotherhood’s branch in Libya to fulfill the group’s dreams of power. Libya now remains a potential chance for the group to realize its political ambitions of control and power. The desperation of the group pushed it to take extreme measures that contradict, on many occasions, the group’s declared principles of peaceful and gradual bottom-up change. The group uses all possible means to gain complete political control over Libya, which contributes to prolonging the conflict in the country.

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Middle East Law and GovernanceBrill

Published: Sep 11, 2020

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