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Egyptian Politicians Celebrate Inauguration of New MB Headquarter, Promise Cooperation
Egyptian Politicians Celebrate Inauguration of New MB Headquarter, Promise Cooperation
National and political powers in Egypt have welcomed and attended the grand opening of the new MB headquarters in Cairo, stressing that this is a new phase in the history of the MB after the 25th January Revolution which requires more cooperation with other political powers.
Tuesday, May 24,2011 12:50
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Representatives of several national and political powers in Egypt celebrated the grand opening of the new MB headquarters in Cairo, stressing that it's a new phase in the history of the MB after the January 25th Revolution, which requires more cooperation with other political powers.

Participants stated that the inauguration of the new Muslim Brotherhood's center came after 80 years of struggle, suffering and imprisonment of its members, and now the time it must be allowed to freely work for the best interests of Egypt after being banned for many long years. They added that the MB has a national duty and should be respected by all Egyptians.

Heads of parties have also stressed that this event adds to the political life in post-revolution Egypt, pointing out that the atmosphere of freedom allows all Egyptian citizens to work hard for their country and be creative and the MB will have to prove itself and find solutions for the challenges it will face.

They stated that the MB is a strong political force that cannot be ignored, and all other powers should work with them despite any differences in political vision.

Coptic attendees have also congratulated the MB and stated that this opening is a symbol of new democracy and freedom, a victory for Muslims and Christians alike.

Participants also stated that after the success of the revolution and the victory of the people, Egypt is now facing the challenge of reconstruction, which requires the help and cooperation of everyone. They called on the MB to take the lead as the most organized group with a huge capacity and to work with other political powers for the protection of Egypt and its wealth.

 

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Educate them Umar Abdul Aziz
Yes, at the moment, the most important work to protect the revolution is to immediately and continuously use all available means to educate the Egyptians on the ideals of unity freedom and respect. Egyptian must talk about it, children must talk about it, the media must talk about it, seminars and talks must talk about it, until everyone get it. Learn from Japanese how they grew after they lost the World War. They talked about "Kaizen"/"Continuous Improvement" through out the nation everyday until all know and understand it by heart and mind. Viva Egypt.
Tuesday, May 24,2011 17:58
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