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Afghan official praises MB
Afghan official praises MB
The Ministry of Afghanistan's intellectual ideologies stressed that the Muslim Brotherhood's ideology was the most effective in the Muslim world.
Thursday, April 29,2010 09:06
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During a conference discussing the evolving situation in Afghanistan between the aspirations and challenges and their implications for security and stability in the region," Mohamed Almohaq, cultural advisor to the Ministry of Afghanistan's intellectual ideologies stressed that the Muslim Brotherhood's ideology was the most effective in the Muslim world.

 

He commended the Muslim Brotherhood's principles who advocated the right for all to exist which was presented through the youth missions sent to Afghan. Almohaq called on the world to condemn what is happening inside Afghanistan where he slammed the media which presented the Afghan issue through biased eyes.  
 

Former Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher attacked the U.S. policy in Afghanistan . He emphasized that most of what is published by the media about the Afghan issues are fabricated directives by the Americans. He said that Afghanistan was exploited and oppressed by the United States of America as a tool to confront and fight the Soviet Union .
tags: Badie / Badee / BM Leaders / Afghanistan / Muslim World / Foreign Minister / Ahmed Maher / Soviet Union / Moderate MB / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood
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