Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood rejects 'struggle for power', exiled leader says

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Muslim Brotherhood will not launch a new struggle for power, acting leader says. The once formidable Islamist movement won Egypt's first free presidential election in 2012. It was overthrown by the military a year later after mass protests against its rule. Many of its leaders and thousands of its supporters are in jail or have fled Egypt.
Published 4 months ago · Cairo, Egypt Photography Haaretz

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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood rejects 'struggle for power', exiled leader says

Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood will not launch a new struggle for power with authorities which toppled it from government nine years ago, even though the movement still claims wide support, its acting leader said.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood rejects 'struggle for power', exiled leader says

LONDON (Reuters) - Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood will not launch a new struggle for power with authorities which toppled it from government nine years ago, even though the movement still claims wide support, its acting leader said. Read full story

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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Rejects 'Struggle For Power', Exiled Leader Says

Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood will not launch a new struggle for power with authorities which toppled it from government nine years ago, even though the movement still claims wide support, its acting leader said. The once formidable Islamist movement won Egypt's first free presidential election in 2012, but was overthrown by the military a year later after mass protests against its rule and has endured a fierce crackdown by authorities sin…

4 months ago·United States
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Excluded from Egypt's dialogue, Muslim Brotherhood will not 'struggle for power'

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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood rejects 'struggle for power', exiled leader says

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