Muslim Extremism in Egypt: The Prophet and Pharaoh
University of California Press, Jan 1, 1985 - History - 281 pages
Gilles Kepel takes us into the world of the students, professionals, workers, and unemployed who are caught up in the Islamic movements of our day. Events that have riveted world attention--the World Trade Center bombing, assassinations in Beirut, the attempt on the life of the Pope, the assassination of Sadat--are illuminated by this penetrating study which surveys the background of the Islamist movement beginning with the Muslim Brotherhood in 1928.
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Perhaps the best source for understanding terrorism and how terrorism was born. Also great for understanding Middle East conflicts and the recent protests in Egypt. Read full review
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Within the past decade, a wave of religious fundamentalism has surged through the Islamic world. With the assassination of President Anwar Sadat as a focal point, Kepel examines the ideologies and ... Read full review