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POMED Notes: The Muslim Brotherhood’s Party Platform
POMED Notes: The Muslim Brotherhood’s Party Platform
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Elliot School for International Affairs hosted an event on Thursday evening, focusing on the controversial draft party platform released by the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood this fall. Diane Singerman of AU moderated a discussion featuring CEIP’s Amr Hamzaway, IMES’ Nathan Brown, and GWU’s Marc Lynch. For POMED’s notes on the event, and the lively Q & A session, click here.
Saturday, November 17,2007 20:39
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The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Elliot School for International Affairs hosted an event on Thursday evening, focusing on the controversial draft party platform released by the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood this fall.

Diane Singerman of AU moderated a discussion featuring CEIP"s Amr Hamzaway, IMES" Nathan Brown, and GWU"s Marc Lynch.

For POMED"s notes on the event, and the lively Q & A session, click here.

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