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Muslim Brotherhood Extends Condolences to Erdo?an over Death of his Mother
Muslim Brotherhood Extends Condolences to Erdo?an over Death of his Mother
Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie extended MB's condolences to the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo?an over the death of his mother on Friday.
Saturday, October 8,2011 11:51
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 Muslim Brotherhood chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie extended MB's condolences to the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo?an over the death of his mother on Friday.

 


 

 
 

Tenzile Erdo?an, Erdogan's mother, passed away on Friday morning while she was hospitalized in Istanbul. She was 88.

Thousands attended the funeral at Istanbul's Fatih Mosque on Saturday noon amid extensive security measures.
tags: Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood / Condolences / Erdogan / Turkey / AKP
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