Is the Muslim Brotherhood Moderate?

Najjab, Jamal
July 2007
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Jul2007, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p53
This article looks at the April 4, 2007 discussion held in Washington, D.C. concerning the findings of a study conducted by Robert S. Leiken and Steven Brooke of the Nixon Centre on the Muslim Brotherhood. Leiken and Brooke found that members of the Brotherhood come from various factions with varying approaches, and that many are pursuing moderate routes to obtain their goals. According to Leiken and his findings, the Muslim Brotherhood is very conservative, but not radical.


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