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Muslim Brotherhood's university students promote "Bader" campaign.
"Bader" or "Initiate" is the title given to the campaign organized by the Muslim Brotherhood's Students in Egypt this year.
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Sunday, October 11,2009 19:04

"Bader" or "Initiate" is the title given to the campaign organized by the Muslim Brotherhood's Students in Egypt this year. The campaign is aimed at promoting the spirit of optimism and positive attitude within the community in general and in particular within the universities.

The campaign which will be in full swing on October 20 was designed in an attempt to restore hope which has been diminishing in light of the current situations in which the youth have been facing. Services will be offered to the community and projects established to help all those in need with the intention of alleviating the pressures the  people have been facing including raised prices, unemployment and overall despair in particular among the newly graduated students.

The Brotherhood's members called for all those interested to join in volunteer work to utilize their energies positively with the intention of helping others to achieve their dreams thus illustrating the belief "If you want happiness for a lifetime -- help someone else thereby emphasizing that true success has nothing to do with what you gain in life or accomplish for yourself. It’s what you do for others.   


tags: youth / Students / Campaign / Unemployment / Muslim Brotherhood
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