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Egyptian Regime Failed to Accommodate Muslim Brotherhood
Mr. Salama Ahmed Salama, columnist at Al Ahram daily newspaper, stated the Egyptian regime faild to deal with the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and to make room for it in political life in order to contain it.Instead, the regime, he argues, has dealt with it through an exclusion policy that aims to put the MB in check for fear of its ascendancy and of seeing the ruling National Party further weakene
Monday, April 3,2006 00:00
by Ikhwanweb
Mr. Salama Ahmed Salama, columnist at Al Ahram daily newspaper, stated the Egyptian regime faild to deal with the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and to make room for it in political life in order to contain it.

Instead, the regime, he argues, has dealt with it through an exclusion policy that aims to put the MB in check for fear of its ascendancy and of seeing the ruling National Party further weakened, which could open the way for a new philosophy adopting the thought of Muslim Brothers or the Islamic thought in general.


Regarding the often-repeated statement that the Muslim Brotherhood is a banned group, Salama said that, “according to the law it is banned, but in conformity with the actual facts it is not banned and has its actual existence in the political field.”


Mr. Salama, an influential a columnist and a pominent Egyptian intellectual. He made those remarks during an interview with the Nasserite al-Arabi Newspaper today, Sunday, 2 April 2006


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