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Yassine, Abdessalam (1928–)

Abdessalam (sometimes translated as Abdul Salam) Yassine, born in 1928, is the leader of Al-Adl Wal-Ihsan (Justice and Charity), one of the leading Islam-oriented political movements in Morocco. Founded in the early 1980s, Al-Adl Wal-Ihsan is popular among students, professionals, and Moroccan diasporas in Europe and North America.

Yassine has tried different political communication strategies to appeal and target a variety of groups inside and outside Morocco. Yassine's books have functioned as a channel for voicing Al-Adl Wal-Ihsan's perspectives and thus gain access to Moroccan elite publics. He initially chose the book medium as a platform for communicating with Moroccan intellectuals. Yassine's first book was published in 1972. He has published more than 20 books, and thus can be regarded as one of the most prolific ...

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