The Muslim Brotherhood Policies Against the State: Improving Terms of Negotiation

EPC | 01 Sep 2013

This assessment introduces the following three scenarios available for the Muslim Brotherhood after breaking up the sit-ins in Rabiaa al Adawiyyah and al Nahdha squares: • Exhausting the opponent and shuffling the cards in political terms; • Create a state of social turbulence in Upper Egypt, especially among Copts in light of the failure of the government’s development policies; • Adopt violence and military action as a tool of action against the state. The assessment concludes that the state’s battle with the Muslim Brotherhood will be long and will take different shapes based on developments.

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