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Author Martini, Jeffrey, author.

Title The Muslim Brotherhood, its youth, and implications for U.S. engagement / Jeffrey Martini, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Erin York.

Imprint Santa Monica, CA : Rand, 2012.

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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 77 pages) : illustrations
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Series Monograph / Rand Corporation
Rand Corporation monograph series.
Note "National Security Research Division."
"MG-1247-CMEPP"--Page 4 of cover.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 71-77).
Contents Introduction -- 2. Who are the Muslim Brotherhood youth? -- The paradox that is Muslim Brotherhood youth -- Muslim Brotherhood youth by the numbers -- The role of Muslim Brotherhood youth in the Revolution -- Generations as a unit of analysis -- National level politics -- Breakaway parties -- The university -- Conclusion -- 3. The Muslim Brotherhood's generational challenge -- How generational splits are treated in the existing literature -- The Muslim Brotherhood's own view of generational divides -- Factors driving generational splits within the organization -- The Muslim Brotherhood's response to the challenge of generational divides -- Conclusion -- 3. Engaging the Muslim Brotherhood and its youth -- Engagement in the Mubarak era -- Engagement in post-Revolution Egypt -- Rationale for engagement -- Recommendations for future engagement with the MB and its youth.
Summary "Since the January 25 Revolution of 2011 that ousted Hosni Mubarak, the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) has emerged as a legal entity operating the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP). That party won a strong plurality in the 2011-2012 parliamentary elections as well as claiming the presidency. But while the group was one of the primary beneficiaries of the revolution, its future is clouded by serious generational divides within the organization. The MB is led by an aged leadership whose formative experience was the mihna (ordeal) of the 1960's when the state tried to stamp out the Islamist movement. This hardened the group's leaders and put a premium on secrecy and organizational security. Although individuals under the age of 35 make up a large share of the MB's membership, their participation is modeled on the principle of "listen and obey." This overbearing hierarchy has already led to splits within the MB and will continue to present challenges going forward. These youth merit attention not only as a challenge to the Brotherhood's organizational cohesion, but also as a potential conduit for expanding U.S. engagement with the group. This study presents several recommendations on how the United States can incorporate MB youth into engagement efforts, including understanding but not gaming divisions in the organization, expanding engagement beyond a handful of MB senior leaders, leveraging existing outreach programs to include MB youth, and cultivating leadership buy-in for youth engagement efforts."
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Subject Jam‘yat al-Ikhwn al-Muslimn (Egypt) -- Political activity.
Jam‘yat al-Ikhwn al-Muslimn (Egypt) (OCoLC)fst00562369
Muslim youth -- Political activity -- Egypt.
Egypt -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Islam and politics -- Egypt.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Egypt.
Egypt -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Child & Youth Development.
Social Welfare & Social Work.
Social Sciences.
Egypt -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Egypt -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Islam and politics -- Egypt.
Jam?yat al-Ikhwn al-Muslimn (Egypt) -- Political activity.
Muslim youth -- Political activity -- Egypt.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Egypt.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Process -- Political Advocacy.
HISTORY -- Middle East -- Egypt.
Diplomatic relations. (OCoLC)fst01907412
Islam and politics. (OCoLC)fst00979879
Muslim youth -- Political activity. (OCoLC)fst01031025
Political participation. (OCoLC)fst01069386
Politics and government (OCoLC)fst01919741
Egypt. (OCoLC)fst01208755
United States. (OCoLC)fst01204155
Child & Youth Development.
Social Welfare & Social Work.
Social Sciences.
Chronological Term 2000-2099
Indexed Term United States
Muslim Brotherhood
Youth
Generation gap
Egypt
International relations
Overseas item
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Added Author Kaye, Dalia Dassa, author.
York, Erin, author.
Rand Corporation. National Security Research Division.
Other Form: Print version: Martini, Jeffrey. Muslim Brotherhood, its youth, and implications for U.S. engagement. Santa Monica, CA : Rand, 2012 9780833077097 (DLC) 2012040220
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