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The Rise of Islamism in Egypt


The Rise of Islamism in Egypt



von: Alaa Al-Din Arafat

Fr. 126.50

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 11.08.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9783319537122
Sprache: englisch

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This book provides an overview of the sudden ascendancy of Islamism in post-Mubarak Egypt and a detailed history of the power grab by the Muslim Brotherhood. The author argues that liberals and Copts are minor factions, and that the Islamists, the military and ‘couch party’ (non- politically affiliated Egyptians) are the true key actors in Egyptian politics. Additionally, it is posited that, ironically, Mubarak’s coup-proofing strategy was responsible for the military turning against him. The strained civil-military relations in Egypt are examined, as are the ideological development of  the MB, Salafist and jihadist groups, and the power struggle between the Islamists and the military. 
Chapter 1: The Downfall of Mubarak and the New Actors Reshaping Egypt Part I: Key Actors in Egypt's Political SystemChapter 2: The President and the Field MarshalChapter 3: The MB's Ideological and Organizational DevelopmentChapter 4: Salafist Schools Groups and MovementsChapter 5: Salafist Parties Part II: The Rise of IslamistsChapter 6: The Islamists and the Parliamentary Elections Chapter 7: Muslim Brotherhood and the Presidential ElectionsChapter 8: The Constitution of the IkhwanConclusion: Game is not over Glossary of Arabic Terms NotesBibliographyIndex 
Alaa Al-Din Arafat is a former Visiting Professor of Middle East Politics and International Relations at Université Française d'Égypte, Egypt. He currently teaches at Strategic Studies' Program for National Defence and Security, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman.
This book provides an overview of the sudden ascendancy of Islamism in post-Mubarak Egypt and a detailed history of the power grab by the Muslim Brotherhood. The author argues that liberals and Copts are minor factions, and that the Islamists, the military and ‘couch party’ (non- politically affiliated Egyptians) are the true key actors in Egyptian politics. Additionally, it is posited that, ironically, Mubarak’s coup-proofing strategy was responsible for the military turning against him. The strained civil-military relations in Egypt are examined, as are the ideological development of  the MB, Salafist and jihadist groups, and the power struggle between the Islamists and the military. 
Demonstrates how political actors have failed in building a peaceful democratic transition following the Egyptian uprising and 2011 revolution

Draws on unique interviews with different Egyptian groups, classes, and parties, with an emphasis on young peoplePresents interviews with Cairo’s political and cultural elite, demonstrators, and business people

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