American International Journal of Social Science

ISSN 2325-4149(Print), ISSN 2325-4165(Online) DIO: 10.30845/aijss

The Muslim Brotherhood Movement in Jordan and the Clash on Priorities between Internal and External Issues: An Analytical Comparison
Mohammad Ali Al-Rousan, Safwat Mahmoud Al-Rousan, Tareq Mohammad Al-Azzam

This study aimed to understand and examine the political priorities transformation of Muslim Brotherhood movement in Jordan from the external issues that are centered on the Palestinian issue as a primary goal to the Jordanian internal affair as a new priority for this movement considering it's a Jordanian party that doesn't have the intention of neglecting the Palestinian issue. The study found an existence of a new path within the movement which realized that the idea of struggling and fighting for the sake of Palestine is useless and made the movement lose its gloss or luster in light of a political situation that doesn't point toward any breakthrough in this direction which push toward the aphorism "work with what is possible at the internal level politically and socially" and has seriously contributed to the restoration of group's reform spirit among its members and at the view of Jordanian people.The reasons for this shift are partly attributed to the renewed trends inside the group itself and at the same time attributed to the group's political awareness about the importance of adaptation with the general policy framework of the Jordanian state.

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