The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, a decades-old Islamist opposition group that now has its former officers in the president’s office and in much of the legislature, has struggled to win the trust of non-Islamists within and outside of Egypt. That’s mostly due to President Mohammed Morsi’s increasingly authoritarian-leaning rule, which has consolidated power for ideological allies at a time when the country is particularly fractured.    Read full article >>   Muslim Brotherhood post from 2007: ‘Don’t be like the Jews and the Christians’

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