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The Moderate Muslim Brotherhood

Authors: Robert S. Leiken, and Steven Brooke
March/April 2007
Foreign Affairs

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Even as Western commentators condemn the Muslim Brotherhood for its Islamism, radicals in the Middle East condemn it for rejecting jihad and embracing democracy. Such relative moderation offers Washington a notable opportunity for engagement -- as long as policymakers recognize the considerable variation between the group's different branches and tendencies.

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