The Myth of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Gradualism in Power


Two years after the ousting of the Muslim Brotherhood’s President Mohamed Morsi, many still wonder how the Muslim Brotherhood failed in Egypt. Yesterday, Hudson Institute’s Senior Fellow Samuel Tadros  summarized what went wrong in few insightful tweets, which definitely worth sharing.

One addition:

Reflecting on the past does not mean condoning current injustices, oppression, and death sentences.

There is an alarming tendency among some Muslim Brotherhood’s supporters to spin the past. Historical revisionism, however, is dangerous and will not help the Brotherhood in their struggle for survival. 

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