Egypt’s 2013 military coup and crackdown left the Muslim Brotherhood more adrift than ever before in its ninety-two-year history.
With tens of thousands of members surviving in exile in Turkey, the Muslim Brotherhood is undergoing new strains. Youth in the diaspora have experimented with new, liberal approaches to life, politics, and religion, pitting them against a rigid and aging Brotherhood leadership.
Abdelrahman Ayyash, author of the recent report, “The Turkish Future of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood,” discusses how the Brotherhood has changed under unprecedented repression, and whether it can adapt enough to survive.
- Abdelrahman Ayyash, Egyptian researcher
- Michael Wahid Hanna, senior fellow, The Century Foundation
- Thanassis Cambanis, senior fellow, The Century Foundation