Op-Ed Columnist: Joining a Dinner in a Muslim Brotherhood Home

For all the international alarm about the Muslim Brotherhood’s rise in Egypt, members say their priority in government isn’t religion. It’s jobs. Full Story »

Posted by Manfred Ostrowski - via Nicholas Kristof, New York Times (Opinion)
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Subjects: World, U.S., Community
Topics: Egypt, Women
Member Tags: muslim brotherhood, arab spring, muslim brotherhood (egypt), politics and government, economic conditions and trends, muslims and islam, female genital mutilation, women and girls, religion-state relations
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Posted by: Posted by Manfred Ostrowski - Dec 8, 2011 - 12:49 AM PST
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Edited by: Manfred Ostrowski - Dec 8, 2011 - 12:53 AM PST

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