What is it about?
This article studies the way a moroccan Islamic group receives and perceives of otherness, examining its prototypical ideologies and thus measuring the group's distancing attitudes through which it imposes the social unequal equation of reformer vs. reformed, to legetimize its own political power.
Why is it important?
This article is important because it provides a genuine study of Moroccan Islamism and Islamists' introvert/ extrovert legacies radically centred on in-group/ out-group taxonomies.
The following have contributed to this page: Professor Abdelhak Jebbar and Dr Najah Mahmi
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