Abu Dhabi (Etihad)
Two academics specializing in the affairs of political Islam movements confirmed the danger of the terrorist organization “the Muslim Brotherhood”, and indicated that the organization, after the successive setbacks it faced in the past years, developed a systematic plan to restructure and manufacture a new group that would be a loose union in which each branch chooses its own tactics to achieve short goals. The term is in the Islamization of the popular bases, and then the incursion to gain power again.
The two experts stressed that most political Islam organizations have been going through, over the past years, several internal crises, as a result of differences in visions in dealing with their new situation in simulating geopolitical fluctuations, especially after some of them were involved in terrorist operations, or because of the iron control of their hawks in the joints of the administrative organization and finance, while removing the currents of renewal, especially the youth, from the decision-making centers.
This came within a panel discussion organized by the Trends Center for Research and Consultation, yesterday, at the Peace Hall at the center’s headquarters in Abu Dhabi, and focused on the book: “The Brotherhood from Power to Division,” which sheds light on the crisis of the mother group of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The book’s authors, Muhammad al-Bashari, a researcher in the field of Islamic thought, Secretary-General of the World Council of Muslim Communities, and Maher Farghali, a researcher specializing in the affairs of political Islam movements, explained that the “Brotherhood” has gone through several splits and divisions throughout its history, reviewing these splits in both Egypt and Morocco. Tunisia, Algeria and Jordan.
Al-Bashari said that the organization poses a danger by discoloring it and using all means to return again, indicating that the book explains the ways of adapting this terrorist group, its structure and its new plan.
In his turn, Maher Farghali said, in his intervention, that the “Brotherhood model,” especially its Egyptian branch, differs in the movement of the organization between “the jurisprudence of empowerment” and “the jurisprudence of weakness,” which allows latency, coloring and wearing different masks until the goal is reached.
He added that the book monitors the exposure of the “Brotherhood of Egypt” to a number of internal divisions and disintegrations from 2016 until now, the end result of which was to put the crack open to the public, then the organization’s marketing of the reconciliation file.
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