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Muslim Brotherhood MP's to attend conference organized by Ayman Nour
Muslim Brotherhood MP's to attend conference organized by Ayman Nour
To Discuss the bequeathing of power from President Mubarak to his son Gamal
Dr Mahmoud Ezzat, secretary general of the Muslim Brotherhood has asserted that Mr. Mohamed Mahdy Akef Chairman of the MB has appointed Hussein Mohamed Ibrahim and Dr Farid Ismail, both MP's, to attend a conference organized by Dr. Ayman Nour, founder of al-Ghad Political Party, to discuss the bequeathing of power from President Mubarak to his son Gamal.
Sunday, October 11,2009 13:20
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Dr Mahmoud Ezzat, secretary general of the Muslim Brotherhood has asserted that Mr. Mohamed Mahdy Akef Chairman of the MB has appointed Hussein Mohamed Ibrahim and Dr Farid Ismail, both MP's, to attend a conference organized by Dr. Ayman Nour, founder of al-Ghad Political Party, to discuss the bequeathing of power from President Mubarak to his son Gamal.
 
Ideas put forward by the conference and topics relating to the transfer will be looked into by the movement demonstrating their united front and objection to the idea of the bequeathing.
tags: Ezzat / Ayman Nour / Mubarak / Gamal Mubarak / Mahmoud Ezzat / Gamal Mubarak / Ayman Nour / Bequeathing of Power / succession
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