The Tremors of Muslim Reform

The powers at the center of the Muslim world are refusing to tolerate radical Islamism, and a spirit of repair and renewal is at hand. Will it catch on?

Worshippers inside the historic al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo on August 28, 2020. Islam Safwat/NurPhoto via Getty Images.

Worshippers inside the historic al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo on August 28, 2020. Islam Safwat/NurPhoto via Getty Images.

Observation
Nov. 10 2020
About the author

Hussein Aboubakr is an Egyptian American educator and a former political refugee. He works for EMET, the Endowment for Middle East Truth, and is an educator for StandWithUs. He is also a graduate student in international affairs at George Washington University.


This article is part of Mosaic’s continuing coverage of the diplomatic revolution in the Middle East.

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