A Challenge to the Modern Constitutional System of Germany: The Activities of the Muslim Brotherhood
L. A. Andreeva ()
Outlines of global transformations: politics, economics, law, 2020
The article is devoted to theÂ challenge of the modern constitutional system of Germany by Islamic organizations.Â Mass migration from Muslim countriesÂ and the formation of â€œparallelâ€ MuslimÂ communities led to the fact that it was inÂ this environment that transnational Islamist organizations such as â€œMuslim Brotherhoodâ€ foundÂ their adherents and established their branches. The article analyzesÂ the tactics of actions of the MuslimÂ Brotherhood transnational Islamic organizationÂ and organizations affiliated with it in Germany. These organizations are consideredÂ as an active subject with their own civilizational project for the reconstruction ofÂ the world. Based on the materials studiedÂ by German intelligence agencies, conclusions are drawn on the creation of an extensiveÂ network of organizations controlledÂ by the Muslim Brotherhood, while publicly denying any connection with thisÂ movement. The tactics of this organization is toÂ use all the capabilities of the â€œlegalâ€ institutions of a democratic state for ideologicalÂ propaganda and political representation.The strategy of the Muslim BrotherhoodÂ remains unchanged - through the gradualÂ â€œpeacefulâ€ Islamization of European society, come to a radical political reorganization of Europe on the principles of political Islam.Â
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