REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed - Protesters from the Islamic Action Front wave their party flags and shout anti-Israel slogans during demonstration to show their solidarity with Palestinians and anger at a recent political arrest, after the Friday prayer in Amman November 28, 2014. The deputy overall leader of Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood Zaki Bani Rsheid was arrested by the Jordanian authorities last week after he criticized the United Arab Emirates for issuing a list of Islamist organization it considered terrorist groups according to local media.

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The Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan: Time to reform

April 22, 2015, Neven Bondokji

Neven Bondokji discusses the various reform efforts undertaken by Jordan’s Muslim Brotherhood since 2010, and argues that it urgently needs to see them through.

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