Politique et religion dans les révolutions arabes // Religion and Politics in Arab Transitions
Islamist parties, excluded from the political sphere for much of the last decade, are now coming to the forefront of Arab politics. The electoral victories of Ennahda in Tunisia and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt suggest that the future of Arab politics will be dominated by decision-makers with faith-based political agendas. But the part that religion should play in the new political orders of Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, and how its involvement might be haped
in law and practice, remains the subject of controversy and debate.
Barah Mikaïl, chercheur au FRIDE et Membre du comité de rédaction de Confluences Méditerranée