FILE - In this Friday, Nov. 25, 2011 photo, Egyptians crowd at a popular market under Arabic banners supporting Ashraf Mustafa Hussein, a Salafi candidate to the parliamentary elections, in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt’s largest ultraconservative Islamist party, which has emerged as a potent political force in the country, elected a new leader on Wednesday after the previous head with dozens of other members broke away to form their own political group following months of infighting. Arabic on the banners read "Sheikh Ashraf Mustafa Hussein, candidate of the Salafi Al-Nour party." (AP Photo/Amr Nabil, file)

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FILE - In this Friday, Nov. 25, 2011 photo, Egyptians crowd at a popular market under Arabic banners supporting Ashraf Mustafa Hussein, a Salafi candidate to the parliamentary elections, in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt’s largest ultraconservative Islamist party, which has emerged as a potent political force in the country, elected a new leader on Wednesday after the previous head with dozens of other members broke away to form their own political group following months of infighting. Arabic on the banners read "Sheikh Ashraf Mustafa Hussein, candidate of the Salafi Al-Nour party." (AP Photo/Amr Nabil, file)
FILE - In this Friday, Nov. 25, 2011 photo, Egyptians crowd at a popular market under Arabic banners supporting Ashraf Mustafa Hussein, a Salafi candidate to the parliamentary elections, in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt’s largest ultraconservative Islamist party, which has emerged as a potent political force in the country, elected a new leader on Wednesday after the previous head with dozens of other members broke away to form their own political group following months of infighting. Arabic on the banners read "Sheikh Ashraf Mustafa Hussein, candidate of the Salafi Al-Nour party." (AP Photo/Amr Nabil, file)
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