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Muslim Brotherhood Chairman Urges All to Compete in Service of Egypt, Homeland’s Higher Interests
Muslim Brotherhood Chairman Urges All to Compete in Service of Egypt, Homeland’s Higher Interests
As the whole country commemorates the second anniversary of Egypt’s January 25 Revolution, the Brotherhood’s General Guide Badie invites all to show their love for their homeland by competing in building, reform, and unity.
Friday, January 25,2013 05:34

Dr. Mohamed Badie, Muslim Brotherhood Chairman, called on all Egyptians to put public interest high above narrow private pursuits, compete in showing their devotion to their country through building and construction, reform, harmony and unity.

In a post on his Twitter account, Badie congratulated the Egyptian people on the occasion of Prophet Mohamed's birth, and appealed to all the people to cooperate to complete the building of State institutions, to achieve the goals of the Revolution.

"Marking our glorious revolution, I pay tribute of appreciation and affection to our honorable martyrs and sincere prayers for a speedy recovery for the injured."
tags: Muslim Brotherhood / January 25 / Revolution / Badie / Martyrs / Egyptian People
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