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Interview with Dr. Issam al-Iryan: Chief of the Muslim Brotherhood Political Department
Interview with Dr. Issam al-Iryan: Chief of the Muslim Brotherhood Political Department
This chapter features a transcript of an interview with Issam al-Iryan, chief of the Muslim Brotherhood’s political department in Egypt. Issam al-Iryan discusses the Muslim Brotherhood’s view of the US government and of US democracy and culture.
Saturday, May 24,2008 16:45
by Khalil al-Anani Isn.Ethz.ch
Interview with Dr. Issam al-Iryan: Chief of the Muslim Brotherhood Political Department Author(s): Khalil al-Anani
Publisher(s): World Security Institute (WSI), Washington, DC, US
Publication: Islam, Political Islam, and America
Date of publication: May 2007
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Description: This chapter features a transcript of an interview with Issam al-Iryan, chief of the Muslim Brotherhood"s political department in Egypt. Issam al-Iryan discusses the Muslim Brotherhood"s view of the US government and of US democracy and culture.

General note: © 2007 World Security Institute (WSI)


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