The Concept of Violence in the Islamic Movements Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt as A Model
College Of Basic Education Researches Journal,
2012, Volume 11, Issue 1, Pages 546-566
AbstractViolence is one of the phenomena that has been the concern of political circles and often attached to religious political movements, especially the Islamic ones. It is one of the basic problems in the political and social analysis. It varies according to political, social, and cultural motives and reasons.
The importance of research is to focus on the concept of violence in the Islamic movements, especially the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, being the gown out of which came most Islamic movements.
The research consists of an introduction, three sections, and a conclusion. The first section determines the concepts of the study through clarifying the concept of violence, linguistically and technically, as well as demonstrating the concept of the Islamic movement. The second section tackles the Muslim Brotherhood through embarking on the founding of the group, its beginnings, and its principles. The third section was dedicated to highlighting violence in thought and behavior of the Muslim Brotherhood, through returning to the intellectual origins of violence in the group and its practices.
The research has come with a number of conclusions, the most important of which is that the Muslim Brotherhood rejects resorting to violence in achieving its political goals. At the same time it was accused of using violence to express its interests and to achieve its ambitions. For this reason its relation with the successive Egyptian regimes was discontinuous.
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