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...1940s. Residing in a country that is not his own, Qutb encountered the evils of modern civilization prominent in America: sex, racism, individualism, and so on. After seeing America, he asked a fundamental question to himself: “should I be special?” (Wright 9). This he meant a spiritual and perhaps political leader who guides and instructs his Muslim brothers to fulfill the tasks... ?Sayyid Qutb’s Life, Writings, and Ideas The life and thought of Sayyid Qutb, a Muslim scholar, are dimensions that verify the quoted ideas of WalterLippmann, Martin Luther King Jr., and my teacher. An Egyptian Islamic thinker, Qutb’s thought and conscience had dramatically changed when he visited the United States in the...