The Islamists and the Problem of Ruling Study in the case of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt after the revolution of 25 January / 2011

  • Nadir Dham Mahmood University of Tikrit / College of political Sciences

Abstract

The religious movements, or so-called political Islam, were not born in aracqum but were born by historical cultural re lihious and bolitical factors that led to the removal of their old skin and their intellectual restriction to the movement.
    It is considered to practice political activity with arelihiously     encapsulqted muslim rotherhood and one of those movements that tru to emploh relihion for purely polical purpose and aspire to accessto power through religion if religion becomes in accord with the Islamic perspective and not meaus.
    This research included the revolutions of the Arab spring and the political rise of the political movements of Islam (the Muslim Brotherbooh) and the dialectic of religion and politics in the Brotherhood’s ideology. It also included the features of the Egyptian political scene under the rule of the Brotherhood, the thought of the Banna and his practice of Morsi, the races of overthrowing the Muslim Brotherhood and the reasons for overthrowing the Muslim Brotherhood.falling .

Published
Mar 30, 2019
How to Cite
MAHMOOD, Nadir Dham. The Islamists and the Problem of Ruling Study in the case of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt after the revolution of 25 January / 2011. Journal of Al-Frahedis Arts | مجلة آداب الفراهيدي, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 32, p. 491-510, mar. 2019. ISSN 2663-8118. Available at: <http://jaa.tu.edu.iq/index.php/art/article/view/239>. Date accessed: 20 oct. 2021. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.25130/art.v1i32.239.