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MB deny allegations printed in Dostor newspaper by El-Baradei
MB deny allegations printed in Dostor newspaper by El-Baradei
Dr. Saad Katatni of the Muslim Brotherhood parliamentary bloc and the Executive Bureau, denied allegations by the Dostor newspaper about an interview with Dr. Mohamed El-Baradei published in the French magazine "Paris Match" concerning the Muslim Brotherhood.
Sunday, May 9,2010 18:36
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Dr. Saad Katatni of the Muslim Brotherhood parliamentary bloc and the Executive Bureau, denied allegations by the Dostor newspaper about an interview with Dr. Mohamed El-Baradei published in the French magazine "Paris Match" concerning the Muslim Brotherhood.

 

 

The magazine had cited that during its interview  with Dr. Mohamed El-Baradei the 'could be presidential candidate' had claimed  that he convinced the popular Muslim Brotherhood to continue  working for justice, democracy and a secular state and practice religion away from other citizens without suppressing others in their religious freedoms.

 


  In a statement to 'Ikhwanweb' Katatni argued that the Muslim Brotherhood have not and will not change their principle of calling for a democratic civil state with Islamic references rather than a religious state as others have inaccurately alleged. Katatni stressed that he had phoned El-Baradei's brother Dr. Ali El-Baradei who was present during the meeting between the Muslim Brotherhood delegation which included himself and El-Baradei to clear the report and correct the claims. He called on El-Baradei to issue a statement to deny the incorrect allegations printed in the Destour newspaper highlighting that the group have never changed their principle and will continue in their cause.

tags: MB Bloc / El-Baradei / Katani / Islamic State / Moderate Islamists / Civil State / Secularism / Saad Katatni / Destour / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Dostor / Ebrahim Esa
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