Politics or piety? Why the Muslim Brotherhood engages in social service provision: A conversation

Source: Brookings Institute
Author(s): Amr Darrag, Steven Brooke

Original Link: https://www.brookings.edu/research/politics-or-piety-why-the-muslim-brotherhood-engages-in-social-service-provision-a-conversation/


Islamists on Islamism Today” is a new series within Brookings’s Rethinking Political Islamproject. In this series, we will hear directly from Islamist activists and leaders themselves, as they engage in debate with project authors and offer their own perspectives on the future of their movements. Islamists will have the opportunity to disagree (or agree) and challenge the assumptions and arguments of some of the leading scholars of political Islam, in the spirit of constructive dialogue. First off is Amr Darrag, Egypt’s former minister of planning and international cooperation, followed by a response from Harvard’s Steven Brooke, whose research focuses on the Muslim Brotherhood.
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