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MB petition counts 81, 000 signatures so far
MB petition counts 81, 000 signatures so far
The Muslim Brotherhood's online petition has seen the number of signatures rise to over 81,000 by supporters of the largest political opposition group and readers on the official Web site Ikhwanonline.
Monday, July 19,2010 08:00
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 The Muslim Brotherhood's online petition has seen the number of signatures rise to over 81,000 by supporters of the largest political opposition group and readers on the official Web site Ikhwanonline. The brotherhood has secured this large number 11 days into the petition after its launching by the MB chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie.

 
 Initial indicators suggest that this figure increased at a faster rate now that the Muslim Brotherhood has become involved and collaborated with the NAC and Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei in its call for political reform and constitutional modifications
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