Egypt's ban on Muslim Brotherhood could backfire in terror
The movement could set up secret cells, but there’s still a narrow opening for dialogue.
It’s as if the Muslim Brotherhood’s website hadn’t heard about the court ruling, even though Egypt’s newspapers loudly announced the decision to ban the movement’s activities and have its property managed by a special committee of ministers. That’s because “the perpetrators of the coup,” as the Brotherhood’s leaders call the army and the...
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