Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Muslim Brotherhood, also called Muslim Brethren was founded by Hassan al-Banna, an Islamic scholar and schoolteacher in 1928 in Egypt. Gradually, the group became at a worldwide scale the largest opposition organization in many Arab states and the largest Islamic movement spreading its branches in more than 70 countries. It was banned and repressed by Egyptian authorities since its foundation, as the Muslim Brotherhood’s initial goal was to Islamize society through promotion of Islamic law, values, and morals. Recently following the 2011 Egyptian revolution, the movement was legalized and established the Freedom and Justice Party. Learn more about the history of Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and its Islamic doctrine and political concepts in this book.