Noha Mellor, Professor of Arab Media at the Research Institute for Media, Arts and Performance at the University of Bedfordshire has written a report on the Egyptian face of the Muslim Brotherhood movement. The evidence contained within this document intends to help familiarise readers with the movement and its record as a representative of political Islam.
The report focuses on three areas of interest: the movement’s tendency to ‘Islamise’ conflicts, its attitude towards the use of violence, and its perception of democracy.
To read a copy of the report itself, click below:
Written evidence from Noha Mellor, PhD, University of Bedfordshire
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