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Yasser Borhami

  • Stéphane Lacroix
Part of the The Sciences Po Series in International Relations and Political Economy book series (SPIRP)

Abstract

Sheikh Yasser Borhami was born in 1958 in Alexandria. In 1977–1978, he was one of the early figures of the Salafi Call (al-da‘wa al-salafiyya), along with Mohammed Ismail al-Muqaddim and Ahmed Farid. A physician by training, he owns a clinic in Alexandria where he regularly sees patients. He also teaches and preaches at the “rightly-guided caliphs” (al-khulafa’ al-rashidun) mosque in the Abu Suleiman district of Alexandria and has written numerous religious works. He is considered a specialist on the creed (‘aqida), an important discipline to the Salafis.

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Parliamentary Election Muslim Brotherhood Close Associate Islamist Group Security Apparatus 
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Notes

  1. 16.
    Regarding relations between the Muslim Brotherhood and the United States, see Steven Brooke, “US Policy and Muslim Brotherhood,” in L. Vidrino, The West and the Muslim Brotherhood after the Arab Spring, FPRI: E-books, March 2013. Available at http://www.fpri.org/articles/2013/02/west-and-muslim-brotherhood-after-arab-spring (verified February 4, 2015).Google Scholar

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