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Politics and Society Institute… “Brothers of the Brotherhood, a case that overcomes organization and interacts with the committed sphere”

     On Saturday, the Institute of Politics and Society discussed a research paper entitled “The Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan: Internal turmoil in light of the generational gap and the transgression of organizational frameworks” by researcher Muhammad Al-Amin Assaf, in which a group of experts, specialists and activists in political and Islamic affairs participated.       Assaf presented the paper in five…

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Is political reform affluence

    Chairman of the Senate Faisal Al-Fayez, contacted me in response to my previous article on Al-Araby Al-Jadeed’s website, in which I referred, to a video clip in which he talks about political reform as affluence for the political elite in Amman, in his call, Al-Fayez confirmed that what he said did not fall within the counter-position of the…

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Is political reform affluence

    Chairman of the Senate Faisal Al-Fayez, contacted me in response to my previous article on Al-Araby Al-Jadeed’s website, in which I referred, to a video clip in which he talks about political reform as affluence for the political elite in Amman, in his call, Al-Fayez confirmed that what he said did not fall within the counter-position of the…

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Jordan: Is there still hope for a new political future?

        A committee formed by the Jordanian king last year to modernise the country’s political system was met with a storm of scepticism. But several months ago, the committee issued a set of recommendations related to elections and political parties that would allow for deeper integration of youth and women in politics.         Indeed, despite the significant public opposition to…

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The Day After Al-Qureshi’s Killing: Why Do Counter

Despite the American celebration, during which the death of Abu Ibrahim al-Qurashi, the leader of ISIS, was announced in a village in northwestern Syria, expectations that this event would lead to an effective impact on the rise of jihadist groups became modest and realistic, but almost closer to calculations. The US election campaign, to raise the popularity of US President…

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The killing of the leader of ISIS .. in the context of the incident!

It would seem a repetition of the saying and a similar version of the analysis of killing the leader of ISIS three days ago to confirm that his killing does not mean the end of ISIS and its danger, and also to emphasize that the real problem is not the killing of leaders or the elimination of combative elements, but…

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Jordan and the headache of the Syrian border

      It was remarkable the amount of rage and anger among popular circles after the news that a Jordanian officer was martyred and three others were wounded, nearly a week ago, on the Jordanian-Syrian border, as a result of their clash with groups of drug smugglers, after that, important statements were issued by the Jordanian Chief of Staff, Major General…

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The “Post-Islamist” Dilemma

The question of post-political Islamist parties calls for in-depth studies and readings that go beyond current trends to discuss the greater implications of democratic transition in the post-Arab Spring era.

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The Youth and The State: Is there a serious new political horizon in Jordan?

The Royal Committee for the Modernization of the Political System in Jordan is set to complete its work and pass up its outputs to King Abdullah II. It took nearly three months after its formation to complete the task of submitting proposals to amend laws and constitutional texts governing the political process, such as electoral, parties, and local administration laws,…

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ISIS’ most dangerous legacy

The military victories in both Iraq and Syria, and the collapse of the Islamic State’s (ISIS) “extremist caliphate”, did not bring about the end of the phenomenon. In addition, the group is still active and successful in Iraq and Syria east of the Euphrates, and it possesses significant personnel and financial resources. According to researcher Hassan Abu Haniyeh, there are…

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