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Morsi: FJP Will Not Abandon Rights of Revolution Victims
Morsi: FJP Will Not Abandon Rights of Revolution Victims
Dr. Mohamed Morsi, Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Chairman stated that the party will never abandon the people's demands outlined during the revolution.
Friday, November 25,2011 09:48
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Dr. Mohamed Morsi, Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Chairman stated that the party will never abandon the people's demands outlined during the revolution.

"The FJP will by no means give up on the rights of the Egyptian's or the martyrs who died during the revolution sacrificing their lives for the sake of Egypt," he stated on his

Twitter account. 


tags: Morsi / Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Egyptian Revolution / Martyrs
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