The New Muslim Brotherhood in the West.
By: Vidino, Lorenzo.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Columbia Studies in Terrorism and Irregular Warfare: Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, 2010Description: 1 online resource (337 p.).ISBN: 9780231522298.Subject(s): Islam and politics - Western countries | Islam and politics -- Western countries | Islamic fundamentalism - Western countries | Islamic fundamentalism -- Western countries | Muslims - Western countries - Politics and government | Muslims -- Western countries -- Politics and government | Terrorism - Religious aspects - Islam | Terrorism -- Religious aspects -- IslamGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The New Muslim Brotherhood in the WestDDC classification: 322.1091821 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents; Acknowledgments; 1. Who Speaks for Western Muslims?; 2. The Western Brotherhood; 3. Aims and Methods; 4. The Governments ' Dilemma; 5. Great Britain; 6. Germany; 7. The United States; 8. The Brothers and Terrorism; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Index
In both Europe and North America, organizations tracing their origins back to the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist movements have rapidly evolved into multifunctional, richly funded organizations. They now compete to become the major representatives of Western Muslim communities and government interlocutors. Some analysts and policy makers see these organizations as positive forces encouraging integration. Others treat them as modern-day Trojan horses that feign moderation while radicalizing Western Muslims. Lorenzo Vidino brokers a third and more informed view. Having compl
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