Journals Higher Education



Published: 11 November 2013

288 Pages

5.4 x 8.4 inches

ISBN: 9780199330621

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Ashes of Hama

The Muslim Brotherhood in Syria

Raphael Lefevre

  • An insight into Syria's most influential Islamist movement and how its rebirth from the ashes of history is shaping the conflict in Syria
  • Draws on previously untapped sources, including interviews with members of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood itself
  • Syria continues to be in the news, and this is the book to help understand what will happen if the Muslim Brotherhood leads a post-Assad state.
  • Hama was the site of an anto-Assad uprising in 1981, where approx 500,000 were slaughtered. It was meant to be the death of the Muslim Brotherhood opposition.

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