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MB offshoot in Jordan still to choose next leader
MB offshoot in Jordan still to choose next leader
Indecision continues as leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood offshoot the Islamic Action Front continues in Jordan.
Thursday, May 27,2010 09:38


Senior members have opposing views where some are for while others against the choice of Zaki Ben Rashed as their next leader. Some have announced they may submit their resignations however no official steps have been taken

Hammam Said the current leader argues that there are regulations concerning the Shura council's nominee recommendation and these must be respected regardless of personal views

According to inside sources, "The more conservative members support Rashed as the new leader of the IAF however other members do not wish to see him at the helm of the party since they wish to sever the current ties with the Palestinian Hamas stating that the group should concentrate on more local issues

It is expected that a decision will be made this upcoming Saturday, May 29


tags: IAF / MB in Jordan / Hamas / Jordanian MB / Islamic Action Front / Zaki Ben Rashed / Hammam Said /
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