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Joshua Stacher and Samer Shehata

Hear out Muslim Brotherhood

By Joshua Stacher and Samer Shehata
March 25, 2007

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ON A QUIET, one-way street in Cairo's middle-class Manial district, two bored security guards sit idly sipping tea. The building behind them houses a small apartment that serves as the main offices of the Muslim Brotherhood, the oldest Islamist group in the Middle East. In Egypt, the Brotherhood is the country's largest opposition group and its best-organized political force. No ... (Full article: 732 words)

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