‘ISIS Stemmed From Muslim Brotherhood Ideology’

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In the following video, Palestinian-Jordanian historian Husni Ayesh, a former member of Jordan’s Board of Education, says that ISIS and al-Qaeda developed from the ideology of the Muslim Brotherhood. He says that the prevalence of the Islamist ideology stems from the people’s exposure to its teachings and propaganda following their disillusionment with other ideologies, such as Communism and Baathism, after the Arab’s 1967 defeat.



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Meira Svirsky is the editor of ClarionProject.org

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