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MB Shura Council Dismisses Abul Fotouh
MB Shura Council Dismisses Abul Fotouh
Following lengthy debate by the Muslim Brotherhood’s Shura Council, a decision has been reached by majority of votes on Saturday to dismiss Dr. Abdel Moneim Abul Fotouh.
Sunday, June 19,2011 10:15
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Following lengthy debate by the Muslim Brotherhood’s Shura Council, a decision has been reached by majority of votes on Saturday to dismiss Dr. Abdel Moneim Abul Fotouh who announced that he will run for president in defiance of the unanimous decision by the MB not to field candidates for the upcoming presidential elections.

 

tags: Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt / Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood / Abul Fotouh / MB Shura Council / Upcoming Presidential Elections / Upcoming Elections / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate MB
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