Holy White Lies: Muslim Brotherhood in the West "Case Sweden"

Sameh Egyptson
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The White Lie is a translation for a fatwa in Arabic, Al-Kedhb al-Abyad, issued by theologian Yusuf al-Qaradawi, chairman for The European Council for Fatwa and Research (ECFR).  Al-Qaradawi and his companions are part of one of the biggest movements in the world, The Muslim Brotherhood.

The book presents extensive research in the Muslim Brotherhood sources to understand the ideology and strategies of the movement from the most important primary sources and how it uses White Lies to reach the aim of their strategies. It also shows examples of the application of these strategies in the West with a documented study in Sweden, where the author relied on the documents of the archives of Swedish government institutions. The book contains over 800 footnotes.  

The Muslim Brotherhood has, according to one of the most prominent leaders in the movement, Youssef Nada, more than 100 million members all over the world. It is a controversial movement since they have managed to advance all the way to governmental positions in many Muslim countries and they have official and unofficial relations with many politicians and religious authorities all over the world. At the same time, it is singled out as one of the biggest greenhouses for terror organizations and terrorists.

Published with aid from Swedish Culture Center (Cairo) First Edition at Dar El Maaref Publishing House (Cairo) 2018 ISBN: 789-977-02-8480-4

 

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Sameh Egyptson - Swedish writer and researcher of Egyptian origin. Born in Aswan and raised in Shubra al-Khayma, a worker's suburb of Cairo. He was interested in thought and politics during his time at Ain Shams University in the 1980s. and finished studies in religious and Islamic studies at the University of Lund, Sweden. He is currently a researcher in the field of religious relations at Lund University. He has participated in several debates and programs in Television and the Swedish Radio. He also writes articles in newspapers specializing in religious relations, issues of Egypt and the Middle East.

 

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Sameh Egyptson
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Published on
Oct 28, 2018
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Pages
354
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ISBN
9789770287804
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Language
English
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Genres
Political Science / Political Ideologies / Nationalism & Patriotism
Religion / Islam / General
Religion / Islam / History
Social Science / Ethnic Studies / General
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