The Muslim Brotherhood and America

[Asharq Al-Awsat-UK] Manal Lutfi - The U.S. keenly avoids dialogue with movements that promote violence, while the equally keen Muslim Brotherhood talks about Arab and Islamic public issues and this widens the gap between the two sides. In this regard, a leader of the Islamic Action Front Party, Ali Abu Sukkar, told Asharq Al-Awsat that the issues raised by the Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood members with American officials are often regional and international issues. The Muslim Brotherhood organizations in the region do not necessarily coordinate with one another regarding dialogue with the Americans. In contrast to the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Jordan and Morocco, whose contacts with American officials were affected after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, the Muslim Brotherhood in Kuwait maintained relatively stronger contact with the American party.

2007-03-21 01:00:00

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