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MB: We have no intentions of nominating members for presidency or interim gov’t
MB: We have no intentions of nominating members for presidency or interim gov’t
The Muslim Brotherhood has stated in its recent statement that it does not and will not accept any efforts of intimidation against any Egyptians.
Friday, February 4,2011 13:42
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The Muslim Brotherhood has stated in its recent statement that it does not and will not accept any efforts of intimidation against any Egyptians.

Referring to the February 3 climaxing of events the group stresses that they have no intentions in nominating any of its members to run for the presidency nor do they intend to be part of a possible interim government.
 
The MB does however confirm that it will continue calling for the Egyptian peoples freedom in all fields including political and speech highlighting that any intimidation never has nor will succeed in thwarting the group’s desire of calling for the unconditional respect of the people’s will.
 
The MB asserts that it considers the regime’s legitimacy as invalid and confirms that it will not engage in any dialogue until Mubarak leaves stressing that the masses have tolerated decades of corruption, electoral fraud and fixed dictatorial policies.
 
The MB will continue to call for the constitutional rights of men, women, Muslims and Christians alike calling for a civil state based onIslamic democracy which respects the freedom of judiciary; freedom of speech; freedom of media.
 
The MB rejects any and all forms of violence against the people and calls for the immediate release of all activists detained during the protests. 

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