ISIS rise likely to worsen situation of Egypt’s Brotherhood

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Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie (C) and other co-defendants stand behind dock bars during a trial session, in Cairo, Egypt. 13 July 2014.

ISIS rise likely to worsen situation of Egypt’s Brotherhood


 by Mahmoud Fouly, Xinhua

The rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) and the ongoing world coalition against the al-Qaida-inspired extremist group in the Middle East is likely to worsen the situation of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood group, said Egyptian political and security experts.

Following the military removal of the Egyptian Brotherhood- oriented President Mohamed Morsi in early July 2013, after mass protests against his one-year reign, the new leadership has ...


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