Muslim Brothers and the Palestine question, 1928-1947
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Muslim Brothers and the Palestine question, 1928-1947 by К»Abd al-FattaМ„hМЈ MuhМЈammad К»UwaysiМ„

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Published by Tauris Academic Studies, Distributed by St. Martin"s Press in London, New York, New York, NY .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Jamʻīyat al-Ikhwān al-Muslimīn (Egypt),
  • Jewish-Arab relations -- History -- 1917-1948,
  • Muslims -- Egypt -- Attitudes,
  • Muslims -- Palestine -- Attitudes

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 258-269) and index.

StatementAbd Al-Fattah Muhammad El-Awaisi.
SeriesLibrary of modern Middle East studies -- 16.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 174 p. ;
Number of Pages174
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20764161M
ISBN 101860642144
OCLC/WorldCa39645951

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This book is a detailed study of the Muslim Brothers Society's (al-Ikhwan al-Muslimin) "attitude towards the Palestine question based on its own philosophy, concepts and aims" (p. x). The title accurately reflects what the book is about. Summary: Founded in in Egypt, the Muslim Brothers' Society was a precursor of contemporary Islamist movements in the Arab world. This book covers the ideology of the movement, the evolution of its organizational structure and the various means by which it disseminated its message. Discusses the history of the Islamic fundamentalist organization the Muslim Brothers or Brethren, founded in Egypt in by Hasan al-Banna. Ch. 1 (pp. ), "Islam and the Palestine Question, " focuses on two central ideas of the group that had antisemitic ramifications: the "umma, " i.e. the international Islamic unity or fraternity, and the "jihad" or holy war. PDF | On Jul 1, , Khaled al-Hroub published Hamas's Worldview: Muslim Palestine: The Ideology of Hamas.. Andrea Nusse | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

As quoted in A. El-Awaisi, The Muslim Brothers and the Palestine Question –, London, , pp. 27–28 (emphasis added). Mark Tessler, A History of the Arab–Israeli Conflict, Bloomington and Indianapolis, , p. xi. El-Awaisi, Abd al-Fattah, The Muslim Brothers and the Palestine Question, – (London, ) –50 Enayat, Hamid, Modern Islamic political thought: The response of the Shiʿi and Sunni Muslims to the twentieth century, London, As cited in Lia, The Society of the Muslim Brothers in Egypt, p. Abd Al-Fattah Muhummad El-Awaisi, The Muslim Brothers and the Palestine Question – (London: Tarris Academic Studies, ). Aclimandos, “Revisiting the History of the Egyptian Army,” pp. 68– Lia, The Society of the Muslim Brothers in. Membership in the Brotherhood shot up from to , between and , according to the research of Abd Al-Fattah Muhammad El-Awaisi for his book The Muslim Brothers and the Palestine Question In those two years the Brotherhood conducted only one major campaign in Egypt, and it was against Zionism and the Jews.

The Muslim Brotherhood’s activities outside of Egypt have perhaps received less scrutiny, which is what makes Abd al-Fattah M. El-Awaisi’s study, The Muslim Brothers and the Palestine Question (London: Tauris, ) so fascinating.   Membership in the Brotherhood shot up from to , between and , according to the research of Abd Al-Fattah Muhammad El-Awaisi for his book The Muslim Brothers and the Palestine Question In those two years the Brotherhood conducted only one major campaign in Egypt, and it was against Zionism and the Jews. Muslim Brotherhood, Arabic al-Ikhwān al-Muslimūn, religiopolitical organization founded in at Ismailia, Egypt, by Ḥasan al-Bannāʾ. It advocated a return to the Qurʾān and the Hadith as guidelines for a healthy modern Islamic society. The Brotherhood spread rapidly throughout Egypt, Sudan, Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, and North Africa.   The Muslim Brothers and the Palestine Question – London – New York: Tauris Academic Studies. Haikal, Muhammad Hussein. Mudhakirat aan as-Siasa fi Misr (Memoirs about Egyptian Politics). Vol. I. Cairo: Dar al-Ma’arif. Halim, Mahmud.