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Muslim academic calls on MB bloc and ElBaradei to unite
Muslim academic calls on MB bloc and ElBaradei to unite
Dr. Kamal Tawfik Hilbawi London based Muslim scholar and academic commented during an Islamic conference in London that he encouraged the Muslim Brotherhood bloc's stance regarding their support of Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei and his call for political reform and change.
Tuesday, June 22,2010 22:09

He called on Egypt 's opposition to rally behind the former IAEA chief whom he praised for having a good reputation believing that their unification along with other political opposition would help bring about change. During the conference discussing the future of the Islamic community Hilbawi maintained that he concurred that the only way political reform was accessible was through their adamant stance for constitutional amendments. The founder of the website named after him asserted that Egypt would only progress if the nation insisted on these changes.

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