to this day most muslims regard turkey as a

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Unformatted text preview: --> He encouraged Turkish people to wear western clothes (men wore suits and ties, women could show much of their a rms, legs, etc.) -To this day, most Muslims regard Turkey as a problematic member of the world-wide Islamic community -Indeed, many Muslims do not see a difference between secular Muslims, exemplified in the ideology of Atatürk and those who are like him, and non-Muslims Moderate Islam -Other political figures who would like to retain the essence of Islam while accommodating a more open dialogue and even compromise with the non-Muslim world are still in a minority today - Two such leaders in our time were Anwar Sadat of Egypt and the late King Hussein of Jordan -The former was killed by a zealous Muslim in 1981 for his political course of negotiation with Israel and other western countries The Muslim Brotherhood -One of the 20th century revivalist movements was started in Egypt by Hasan al-Banna (1906-1949) an Egyptian schoolteacher -He founded what is known as the Muslim Brotherhood -“The aim of the this society was to establish...
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