• Rifts in the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood

    Ibrahim Gharaibeh
    August 11, 2008

    Debates surrounding the April election of Hammam Sa’id as General Guide of the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood reflected the deep internal conflict within the organization. For the past sixty years, the movement has managed to maintain internal unity. Recently, however, internal schisms—traditionally underplayed and kept secret—have become much more salient and public.

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