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“True, the Brotherhood is politically over in Egypt but there is belief that the group is still present and waiting for a suitable moment to come back to the political stage.”
It appears that the path to influencing Israel's foreign policy goes through the US Jewish community's leadership forum.
On December 5, 2012, clashes broke out outside the Ittihadiya presidential palace between Muslim Brothers and protesters that left 11 Egyptians dead.
Senior Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Zahar has allegedly had his Egyptian citizenship revoked.
Long-running hostility and violence towards Egyptian Copts by Muslims continued when gun-wielding motorcyclists attacked a church wedding party on Sunday in northern Cairo
Egypt closes Rafah border crossing, but no outrage from the defenders of Gaza. On the other hand, Hamas and Fatah are busy insulting each other.
Muslim Brothers are out for good, but Sharia law stays.
The link was from Al Jazeera featuring former CNN host Rick Sanchez on Jews and Stewart.
Chants of "Down with the Muslim Brotherhood" echoed at the scene.
Wouldn't it be logical to expect that before issuing an invitation to Morsi to visit him at the White House, President Obama would ask his future guest how, if he believes that the country must be subjected to Islamic Law, he intends to defend the secular constitution of Egypt?
Number two US diplomat William Burns meets with Mohamed Morsi, head of Freedom and Justice Party.