The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood in 2016: Scenarios and recommendations

Source: German Council On Foreign Relations (Gdap)
Author(s): Abdelrahman Ayyash, Victor J. Willi

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The Egyptian army’s removal of Mohammed Morsi in July 2013 brought major structural transformations to Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood. Today, with thousands of MB leaders and mid-level cadres under arrest, it is nearly impossible for the organization’s leadership to control the movement’s lower ranks. Many rank-and-file members are frustrated with the old guard’s reluctance to advocate a more aggressive stance against the regime, despite its widespread human rights violations.

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